FTSE climbs as Tesco nets £1bn a week


In London, markets climbed again in early trade, with the FTSE100 up 27.17 points (0.67%) to 4,080.15.

Bank shares were among the early leaders as the US bank sector continued to post positive quarterly results. Lloyds led the pack, up 5.35% to 94.5p, closely followed by RBS and Barclays, which cli...

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