Top UK stocks drifted lower in a quiet start to the session as investors locked in gains after the FTSE reached a new 12-month high before the weekend.
The FTSE 100 shed 21.52 points, or 0.42%, to 5,151.37 as falls in some Asian markets hit sentiment in London. Miners and energy firms dominated trades, with mixed results. Kazakhmys topped the losers,...
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