Many Global Markets End Higher
European markets were higher. In London, the Financial Times-Stock Exchange 100 index was up 47.50 points, or 0.92%, to 5,212.10 as a Confederation of British Industry survey showed retail sales rose in November and housing prices rose as result of Bank of England's seven rate cuts this year.
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