FTSE 100 index up for the second consecutive day

  • Dec 12, 2019 GMT
  • Team Kalkine
  The broader index of the UK the FTSE 100 index is edging higher for the second straight day, amid increasing optimism over phase-1 trade deal between US and China. As on Thursday, Beijing said that that they are in close communication with the United States over the phase-1 trade deal. Also, US President Donald Trump is set to consult trade advisors today, to discuss the move, as per some media house reports. At the time of writing at 02:05 PM GMT, the FTSE 100 traded 19.12 points or 0.26% higher at 7,234.45 and registered an intraday high of 7,269.95 and a low of 7,220.25, respectively.

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