The FTSE 100 index closed lower on Friday, but concluded the week higher.
The index closed 0.19 per cent lower at 6,189 points.
The fall comes despite a senior European Central Bank policymaker having hinted at another cut in Eurozone interest rates and having said “helicopter money” was part of the bank’s policy toolbox, said Jasper Lawler, markets analyst at CMC Markets.
Berkeley Group also fell after an interim management statement. Results came in at the top end of expectations, but reservations were around four per cent lower than 2014-2015.