The FTSE 100 has reached a 12-month high this morning following the Bank of England's historic move yesterday to cut rates to 0.25%, while also expanding its QE programme with a £60bn government bond and £10bn corporate bond buying package.
The large-cap index is trading at 6,754 this morning and is now up 8.3% since the start of the year, despite volatility around the time of the EU referendum. Shares rose 1.6% in the aftermath of the...
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