Investors paused today, sending the FTSE 100 down by 2.20 points to 5,950.60 by the close, despite pushing the index to near 5,980 in morning trading.
This puts the biggest listed companies just shy of the key 6,000 points level last seen in the hey-day of the dot.com boom. The broader FTSE All Share hit another 52-week high of 3,032.12 after adding...
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