FTSE 100 falls as Sky shares slide
(Close): The London market fell back, with shares in Sky down more than 4% after its latest trading update.
Sky shares fell despite it reporting a 12% rise in operating profit to £1.1bn in the nine months to March.
Analysts cited worries about a possible rise in the cost of TV rights to Germany's Bundesliga as the reason for the fall.
The FTSE 100 index finished down 28.82 points, or 0.45%, at 6381.44.
Brent oil fell 1.9% but the International Energy Agency predicted a big fall in output from non-Opec producers this year.
Shares in BP rose 1.4% and mining giant BHP Billiton was nearly 1% higher.
Outside the FTSE 100, Ladbrokes was up 1.1% after the bookmaker said it was "confident" its results would be in line with expectations, despite describing this year's Cheltenham festival as its "worst in living memory".