Leading the FTSE 100 losers this morning is wealth manager St James's Place after it published third quarter figures.
It said group funds under management have climbed 11% since the beginning of the year and 17% in the last 12 months to £100.6bn.
In the third quarter it said gross inflows of funds were up 7% at £3.83bn.
Andrew Croft, chief executive, said: "There remains growing demand for high-quality financial advice, notwithstanding the current macro and geo-political uncertainty."
However the company's shares have fallen 2.75% to £1,004.75 in early trading.