The FTSE 100 has gained for a fourth consecutive day to reach a 10-month high, in the wake of Mark Carney's speech hinting at monetary easing over the summer, while the UK government bond market responded with its first ever negative yielding gilt.
Blue chips climbed 0.4% in morning trading to reach 6,526 points, putting it on track for its best week since 2011, according to the FT. It is up 6.3% so far this week, and has hit its highest level since...
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