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The following shares are companies that have fallen in price today (21st September 2017), frequently referred to as the share losers, or share fallers list. See also Share Risers.
Share Price Change
Concha PlcConcha Plc (CHA.L)0.36-17.24%0.00
Intelligent Energy Holdings PlcIntelligent Energy Holdings Plc (IEH.L)7.75-11.40%0.175
Proxama PlcProxama Plc (PROX.L)0.028-9.84%0.00
International Personal Finance PlcInternational Personal Finance Plc (IPF.L)202.25-8.90%0.00
San Leon Energy PlcSan Leon Energy Plc (SLE.L)19.50-8.77%0.00
Impax Asset Management Group PlcImpax Asset Management Group Plc (IPX.L)128.00-8.08%0.00
China Nonferrous Gold LimitedChina Nonferrous Gold Limited (CNG.L)23.00-7.98%0.00
Coms PlcComs Plc (COMS.L)1.225-7.55%0.00
Keywords Studios PlcKeywords Studios Plc (KWS.L)1,185.00-6.84%0.00
Frontera ResourcesFrontera Resources (FRR.L)0.26-6.31%-0.018
Cambian Group PlcCambian Group Plc (CMBN.L)200.00-5.77%0.00
Futura Medical PlcFutura Medical Plc (FUM.L)26.625-5.75%0.00
Mobile Tornado Group PlcMobile Tornado Group Plc (MBT.L)8.875-5.33%0.00
Igas Energy PlcIgas Energy Plc (IGAS.L)49.00-5.31%0.00
Sound Energy PlcSound Energy Plc (SOU.L)45.50-5.21%0.00
Helios Underwriting PlcHelios Underwriting Plc (HUW.L)137.50-5.17%-7.50
Software Radio Technology PlcSoftware Radio Technology Plc (SRT.L)39.25-4.85%0.00
Oxford Instruments PlcOxford Instruments Plc (OXIG.L)1,047.00-4.73%0.00
Vernalis PlcVernalis Plc (VER.L)15.50-4.69%0.25
W Resources PlcW Resources Plc (WRES.L)0.42-4.55%0.00

Share Fallers FAQ
  • Q. Why are share fallers important?
  • A. The 'fallers' or 'losers' in a day show which companies are losing value. This can often be because of general market movement, or negative news - but is often a good place to look to get an idea of what the stock mnarket is doing today.
  • Q. Should I buy shares in the fallers list?
  • A. There's no right or wrong answer to this; some investors like to find a share that is falling, and buy it in the hope it will 'bounce back' if it is oversold - particularly if a share is simply following the general market movement.
  • Q. If a share is in the fallers list, does that mean it is in trouble?
  • A. No, at least not necessarily. Shares rise and fall every day, sometimes seemingly without reason. A better indicator might be the last few years profit and loss - which gives a better long-term outlook for a company listed on the stock exchange.