The FTSE is up 0.71% to 5,198.05 in early trading as it tries to shake off a wobbly performance yesterday as uncertainty about the Greek bail-out plan weighed on European markets.
A lack of detail on how a rescue plan would impact EU countries worried European companies yesterday, with banks including Lloyds and Barclays the worst performers. However, European markets appear...
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