FTSE 100

Theresa May has denied she’s backing a ‘Hard Brexit’ - and suggested the media is to blame for another sharp drop in the
London’s FTSE 100 index closed at a record high on Wednesday, in a move seized upon by Brexit supporters as a sign the UK
The truth is that the Brexit, in and of itself, wasn't a good thing for the index. The economy in the UK was struggling before the vote, and the passing of Brexit signaled to some investors and analysts that further stimulus would be needed to quell the market.
Figures revealed today show the average wage of a FTSE 100 chief executive has risen 10% to £5.5 million in the last year
London's FTSE 100 Index powered ahead to its highest level for nearly a year as Bank of England boss Mark Carney signalled
Nearly £100b lost in the immediate aftermath of Brexit clawed back.
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