London Stock Exchange loses 0.67% despite mining boom

This content was published on 04 May 2021 – 16:28

London, May 4 (EFE) .- The London Stock Exchange closed this Tuesday with a fall of 0.67%, despite the push from mining titles.

The FSTE-100, the main index in the London stock market, fell 46.64 points, to 6,923.17 integers, while the secondary FTSE-250 lost 0.74%, 167.33 points, to 22,330.04 integers.

At the close of the stock market, the British pound lost 0.10% against the US dollar, to $ 1.3888, and advanced 0.23% against the euro, to 1.1555 euros.

Intermediate Capital Group led the losses, which fell 5.03%, followed by Ocado Group, 4.43%, Pearson, 4.41%, 3i Group, 4.37% and AVEVA Group, 4.31 %.

On the other hand, Fresnillo, 3.38%, Polymetal International, 3.11%, BP, 2.36%, Imperial Brands Group, 1.96%, and BT Group, 1.82%. EFE

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