FTSE CLOSE: Peak peaks as traders bet that Theresa May did not win any confidence when the British blue-chip index met 1%
- Against the US dollar the pound is $ 1.2663 and against the euro at € 1.1142
- The FTSE 100 index ended with 1.08% or 73.25 points to 6.880.19
- The FTSE 250 index closes 1.9% or 335.81 points to 17.988.97
- Result of the Prime Minister's suspicion, expected tonight at 21:00
Between 18.00 and 20.00, conservative MPs will vote on whether or not to save Prime Minister Theresa May in today's trust.
The FTSE 100 stock market and the pound both increased this morning, amid allegations that traders now believe that Brexit can be postponed or even canceled.
Shortly before 4pm, the London reference index rose 73 points by 6880, despite the news from Prime Minister Theresa May who would have a vote of no confidence tonight.
At closing time, the FTSE 100 index rose by 1.08 percent or 73.25 points to 6.880.10. The FTSE 250 index closed 1.9 percent or 27.71 points to 17.988.97.
After a swim this morning, the pound started to climb against the euro and the dollar. Against the US dollar the pound is $ 1.2663, while the euro stands at 1.1142 for €€.
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