The benchmark FTSE 100 ended up 25.40 points today at 4,458.60 after UK stocks rose for the first day in five.
William Hill rose 16.25p to 536.25p after the betting-chain’s shares fell with 7.1% in the previous four sessions.
British Airways advanced 7.25p to 258.75p.
Fibernet Group, a company which provides data networks for clients such as Citigroup, climbed 4p to 125p.
Goldshield Group gained 9p to 259p after the drug maker said its fiscal-year net loss narrowed to £582,000, from £1.45m a year earlier.
Overseas, trading is currently up as the Dow Jones Industrial Average index so far has gained 69.76 points to 10,404.49.
The S&P 500 index is up 9.32 points to 1,134.61 and Nasdaq's Composite index has so far climbed 27.30 points to 1,997.29.IFAonline
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