- Lloyds Banking Group PLC 82.88 +0.50%
- Vodafone Group PLC 244.90 +1.60%
- Glencore PLC 206.55 +3.20%
- Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC 347.30 +2.45%
- Legal & General Group PLC 270.50 +2.70%
- Barclays PLC 284.00 +0.66%
- Tesco PLC 217.95 +3.44%
- Spirent Communications PLC 82.00 -13.00%
- BP PLC 397.15 +1.73%
- HSBC Holdings PLC 594.40 +2.10%
- Standard Chartered PLC 985.40 +3.44%
- Centrica PLC 271.00 +0.59%
- BHP Billiton PLC 1,224.50 +5.65%
- BT Group PLC 468.70 -0.17%
- Anglo American PLC 821.50 +4.72%
- BAE Systems PLC 474.10 +0.02%
- De La Rue PLC 518.00 +3.29%
- Taylor Wimpey PLC 195.50 +0.67%
- GlaxoSmithKline PLC 1,413.50 +0.89%
- Man Group PLC 173.10 +0.29%
- Colt Group SA 187.40 -0.16%
- Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC 814.50 -1.15%
- HellermannTyton Group PLC 471.20 +0.15%
- ARM Holdings PLC 958.00 +1.00%
- Rio Tinto PLC 2,591.50 +4.90%
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