The FTSE 100 has soared to its highest level since early 2000, as mining and housing stocks boost the blue-chip index at the start of the week.
The index, which closed 0.6% up on Monday at 6,851, has risen another 0.3% this morning to as high as 6,877, surpassing the 14-year intraday high of 6,876 set last May. That puts the index in sight...
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