The FTSE opened more than 30 points higher Tuesday thanks in part to an 11% share price jump for builders' supplier Wolseley.
London's blue-chip index rose 32.53 points, or 0.61%, to 5,384 shortly after 8.30am. Wolseley added 160p, or 11.04%, to reach £16.09 after the company said profits will beat City forecasts. Miners...
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