Miners led the way as London's FTSE 100 began the final month of the year strongly, despite Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's attempt to pour cold water on rate cut hopes. The likes of Anglo American and Antofagasta were lifted by promising China data on Friday. Manufacturing readings in the US were less-than-stellar, however. The FTSE 100 index closed up 75.60 poi...
Stock prices in London were higher at midday on data-heavy Friday,...November was a great month for risk assets with major stock indice...Swashbuckling gains were clocked up in November as investors bet t...
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