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FTSE 100 higher after oil price rise
(Close): Commodity-related shares helped to lift the London market on Thursday as the price of oil hit $50 a barrel for the first time this year.
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FTSE 100 limps to one-month closing high
U.K. stocks barely finished in positive territory Thursday, but managed to log its best close in nearly a month as crude futures extended their recent gains.
FTSE 100 Index rises as oil prices hit US$50 a barrel  Proactive Investors UK
FTSE 100 Little Changed in Choppy Trading  Economic Calendar
Will cash beat the FTSE 100 in 2016?
Moreover, with the FTSE 100 being up just 0.2% thus far in 2016, investors in cash are hardly missing out on a stunning return.
Rallying FTSE 100 nears May high
Up to now, May has looked very much like March, the FTSE 100 only briefly topping 6,200 and sinking to 6,050 or a touch lower.
FTSE 100 struggles to stay in the black as banking stocks dip
The FTSE 100 Index was 2.8 points higher at 6265.7 despite the slump from the banks, with Royal Bank of Scotland falling 7.4p to 248.6p, Lloyds Banking Group slipping 0.9p to 72.8p and Standard Chartered 5.4p lower at 549.2p.
Banks drag down FTSE after Spanish scare
Pound and FTSE 100 head higher
(Close): The FTSE 100 rose, with shares in Kingfisher up after "solid" first-quarter sales, while the pound jumped after the latest EU referendum poll.
FTSE 100 Index reverses losses as retailers rise  Proactive Investors UK
Kingfisher Gains Following Solid Sales
Are FTSE 100 investors ready for the return of the US dollar?
The UK leading index of shares has been steadily rising since plunging to a low of 3,500 in March 2009. Technically we remain in a bull market until a number of the biggest market indices fall by more than 20pc for more than two-months.
Is gold a better buy than the FTSE 100?  AOL Money UK
FTSE 100 set for positive start to the week  Proactive Investors UK
Markets: Financials continue to lift FTSE 100
Financial stocks were once again the day's top performers. RBS was the highest climber with a 4.4% rise, while Standard Chartered added 3.5%, and HSBC rose 2.8% and Barclays was 2.5% higher.
FTSE 100 seen lower as equities rally takes a pause
London's FTSE 100 is seen slightly lower ahead of Thursday, as the equities rally apparently pauses for breath. Brent Crude Oil prices finally breached the psychologically significant US$50 per barrel level.
At the close: FTSE 100 shaping up for an impressive week
We're just over half way through but UK markets seem to have a spring in their step this week as they closed even higher today on the back of "buying frezny".