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Oil stocks continue rise on stock exchange

The Footsie climbed, as Sky said that James Murdoch will return to the broadcaster as chairman, almost four years after his resignation in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal.

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London stocks down amid worry over weak world growth

European stock markets opened lower following steep overnight losses in Asia, amid concerns over sliding oil prices and slowing world growth. In London, the FTSE 100 Index fell just under 1%, or 52.3 points to 5826.2, after China’s Shanghai Composite tumbled more than 6% as traders also worried over easing growth in the world’s second largest economy.

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FTSE 100 index falls as oil price slumps

The Footsie closed down as falling oil prices kept global markets under pressure, but Tesco shares surged after it revealed better-than-expected Christmas trading.

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Transocean delists from Swiss stock exchange

Transocean said the stock exchange in Switzerland has approved the company's application to delist its shares. The company, which yesterday announced a contract win with Faroe Petroleum, said the SIX delisting will come into affect from the end of March next year.

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Miners and oil stocks put brakes on FTSE

London’s top-flight was held back by another difficult session for its big oil and commodities stocks today amid a recovery in shares elsewhere. The FTSE 100 Index was 20.9 points lower at 6529.9 while Germany’s Dax and France’s Cac 40 were ahead, bouncing back from a tough few days for world markets in the previous week. Asian stocks were mixed overnight after figures showing the Japanese economy shrank in the second quarter - with Tokyo’s Nikkei ahead on hopes that it would mean more stimulus for the region’s second biggest economy.