FTSE up 27 points at 5983, following overnight gains on Wall Street and in Asia
Fiona Cincotta May 12, 2011 6:23 PM
<p>FTSE up 27 points at 5983, following overnight gains on Wall Street and in Asia. Social networking site Linkedin made a strong market debut in […]</p>
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- FTSE up 27 points at 5983, following overnight gains on Wall Street and in Asia.
- Social networking site Linkedin made a strong market debut in the US yesterday, more than doubling its price.
- BP was upgraded by Investec today and Bank of America yesterday – it’s currently trading up 2.5%.
- No major economic data scheduled to be released in the UK or US today.
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