The FTSE 100 has ended the day down 20.3 points, or 0.33%, to 6,140, as negative broker comment affected property stocks.
Kelda Group was the biggest drag on the index with a fall of 2.29% to 916p, closely followed by British Land which slipped 2.08% to £15.52, while Land Securities dropped 2.07% to £21.74.
Meanwhile Enterprise Inns posted the biggest gains with a rise of 3.26% to £12.05, closely followed by ICI which climbed 2.84% to 435p, while Cairn Energy gained 2.71% to £19.70, and Imperial Tobacco added 1.81% to £18.55.
In the US the markets are closed for the Thanksgiving holiday and will only be open for half a day tomorrow.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended trading yesterday up 5.36 points, or 0.04%, to 12,326.95 with Alcoa posting the biggest gains with a rise of 4.25% to $30.43, while General Motors was the biggest loser with a fall of 4.66% to $31.09.IFAonline
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