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UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Sept 14
Published at 14/09/2021 at 06:20

Sept 14 - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 4 points higher on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers.

* BHP GROUP: BHP Group will transfer a smaller-than-expected $3.9 billion in oil and gas decommissioning liabilities to Woodside when it merges its petroleum business with the independent Australian gas producer.

* SHELL: Royal Dutch Shell Plc on Monday said its Geismar chemical facility in Louisiana is restarting, two weeks after Hurricane Ida forced it shut.

* WINTER COVID-19 PLAN: Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday will unveil how Britain will roll out COVID-19 booster shots for the most vulnerable and elderly as part of his coronavirus strategy for the winter months.

* UK FIRMS: British firms must do more to take advantage of new export routes opened up by Brexit, trade minister Liz Truss will say on Tuesday, calling for a shift from "defence to offence in trade" to help drive economic growth.

* GOLD: Gold prices inched lower on Tuesday, as investors braced for the U.S. inflation data that could offer cues on the Federal Reserve's timeline to start tapering stimulus measures meant to aid economic recovery from the pandemic.

* OIL: Oil prices extended gains, hovering near a six-week high, on signs another storm could affect output in Texas this week even as the U.S. industry struggles to return production after Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc on the Gulf Coast.

* London's FTSE 100 ended higher on Monday as gains in energy-linked stocks aided a partial recovery from its worst weekly performance since mid-August, while Associated British Foods slipped on sales at its Primark business.


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(Reporting By Geetha Panchaksharam)