FTSE on course for best month on record after Covid vaccine hopes

  The Guardian 

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Global markets have soared since pharmaceutical firms reported promising trial results * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage The FTSE 100 is on course for its best month on record, boosted by growing optimism that an early coronavirus vaccine can trigger a faster than expected economic recovery from the Covid-19 recession. The index of leading UK company shares has risen in value by more than £210bn, or 14.5%, in November and was on track on Monday to beat the previous monthly record rise of 14.4%, set in January 1989. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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