Another strong start for mining stocks has driven the FTSE100 higher in mid-morning trading, up 66.30 points (1.22%) to 5514.90.
The overnight bump in crude costs has boosted oil services group Petrofac, currently 6.82% ahead to 556. Miners hold the other top five spots, with Antofagasta 5.95% higher to 570 and BHP Billiton 5.42%...
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