London's blue chip index climbed to an 11-month high this morning, buoyed by surging miners.
The FTSE 100 advanced more than 35 points (0.73%) to 4,969.08 in early trading, boosted by a rise in gold prices, which have passed the $1,000 an ounce barrier. Miners Rio Tinto and Vedanta Resources...
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