FTSE roundup: This week's winners and losers

Nicholas Earl
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The FTSE 100 was down on last week (Source: Getty)

The FTSE 100 ended the week nearly 86 points down today, with the index losing 1.16 per cent of its value.

Unilever's shares are also down 0.4 per cent at 4,061p share following its reversal on its former plans to move headquarters exclusively to Rotterdam.

Read more: Unilever scraps proposals to leave London headquarters

Intu Properties shares are ahead 27.1 per cent at 188.9p while online supermarket Ocado is at the bottom of the leader board, though, down 4.2 per cent to 806.8p.

Hammerson's stock is up 4.95% at 449.5p. The British property developer has just exchanged contracts for the sale of a 50 per cent stake in Highcross shopping centre in Leicester for £236m.

The wider FTSE 100 is down 0.66 per cent at 7,369.61 points while the FTSE 250 is off at 0.5 per cent with 19.987.68 points.

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