FTSE 100 gets boost as Antofagasta jumps 20% following Trump win

Global markets also on the rise

Tom Eckett
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Antofagasta operates several mines, including their Los Pelambres facility in Chile
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Antofagasta operates several mines, including their Los Pelambres facility in Chile

The FTSE 100 is on the rise again this morning after commodity stocks and financials were given a boost by Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 US Presidential Election.

Mining companies led the way out in morning trading, with Antofagasta topping the table with a 20% rise to trade at 770p by 11.30am GMT, while Glencore and Anglo American were up 6.5% and 4.9% respectively....

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