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Vodafone, Flutter, lead FTSE 100 weekly winners; Barclays, Lloyds among losers

Published 18/02/2023, 11:02
Updated 18/02/2023, 11:02 - Here are this week's top FTSE 100 movers, a week in which the FTSE 100 closed up 1.5%:

Top FTSE 100 gainers

  • Vodafone Group PLC (LON:VOD): The telecoms company gained 11.2% this week, after Liberty Global (NASDAQ:LBTYA) took a 4.92% stake in the company.
  • Flutter Entertainment PLC (LON:FLTRF): The online gaming company gained 10.9% this week, as investors reacted positively to news that the company is considering a U.S. listing.
  • Coca Cola HBC AG (LON:CCH): The soft drinks bottler rose 10.5% this week, after reporting better-than-expected operating profit in its Q4 results, which led to several sell-side price target hikes.
  • EasyJet PLC (LON:EZJ): The budget airline rose 9.1% this week, after Tui AG NA (ETR:TUIGn) reported strong numbers, which boosted the travel sector as a whole.
  • Burberry Group PLC (LON:BRBY): The luxury fashion brand gained 7.3% this week, following strong results from Kering (EPA:PRTP) and hopes for a recovery in China.

Top FTSE 100 losers

  • Hargreaves Lansdown PLC (LON:HRGV): The financial services company lost 7% this week, following the release of its results.
  • Barclays (LON:BARC): The banking company lost 6.6% this week, after poor results due to weak investment banking fees.
  • NatWest Group PLC (LON:NWG): The banking company lost 6.5% this week, amid worries that the UK government might divest its stake after the company's strong performance.
  • Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON:LLOY): The banking company lost 4.5% this week, dragged down by its peers.
  • Persimmon (LON:PSN): The housebuilding company lost 3.7% this week, after DeutscheBank cut its rating of Persimmon to sell from hold.

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