Overall the FTSE 100 finished 32.57 points higher at 6755.63, pushing through the peak of 6732 seen in 2007 and reaching its highest level since September 2000, just as the dotcom bubble was about to burst.
The FTSE 100 closed at its highest level for almost 13 years yesterday as shares continued their winning streak. The main London stock market index closed above the pre-financial crisis high of 6,732.4 hit in June 2007 at 6,755.6.
By Vanessa Houlder. The potential costs of global tax disputes reported by FTSE 100 companies fell by more than a third to �2.3bn from �3.6bn last year, according to research that suggested multinationals' appetite for conflict with tax authorities has ...
Champions Shares PRO analyst Mark Rogers reflects on the twelve-year high for the FTSE 100. The FTSE 100 has finally beaten its pre-crisis 2007 high, closing yesterday at 6,755 to record its highest level since September 2000.