Oil shares bolster FTSE after Opec deal

Oil shares bolster FTSE after Opec deal
 

Shares in oil companies continued to rise in the wake of the decision by oil producers group Opec to cut production.
BP shares rose 3.2% while Royal Dutch Shell was up by about 2.5%, adding to gains seen on Wednesday when Opec said it had agreed a cut of 1.2 million barrels a day from January.
This sparked a 10% jump in oil prices, and Brent crude was up a further 0.2% on Thursday at $51.96 a barrel.
The FTSE 100 was down 1.41 points at 6,782.38 in early trade.
Shares in Daily Mail and General Trust rose 7% after it reported a 14% increase in full-year profits to £247m, with revenues up 4%... read more

 
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