Mining companies drove the FTSE higher this morning with the index up 0.47% to 6,671 and the FTSE All-Share rising to 3447.25. The news was positive for the FTSE100 which has lost 0.8% this week.
A rise in commodity prices, especially copper in Asia which was at its highest in more than two months, led to strong performers from the miners with BHP Billiton(up 1.9% to 1527) and Anglo American (up...
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