27 July 2016

Go figure ...

The FTSE 100 has risen by 20 points to 6744, a level last seen in August 2015.
Now over 6761.


1 comment:

sarissa said...

The fall in Sterling rates of exchange have skewed the Footsie and similar indices, benefitting big dollar earners. in the last month just five stocks - BP, Royal Dutch, BAT, Rio Tinto and AstraZeneca - accounted for almost four percentage points of the 5.4 per cent rise in the All-Share index, representing 98% of UK market capitalisation.