The London Stock Exchange closed the session this Monday with a slight drop of 0.02%, weighed down by the drop in mining and telecommunications, among other titles.
He FTSE-100the main index in the British capital, fell 1.93 points, to 7,912.20 integerswhile the secondary FTSE-250 lost 0.22%, 43.07 points, to 19,226.94 points.
The pound sterling it depreciated 0.20% against the euro at the close of the Stock Market, up to €1.1301, and gained 0.10% against the US dollar, up to US$1.2460.
In it london parquet Leading the declines was delivery company Ocado Group with a decline of 2.13%, while the investment manager Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust lost 1.83%, the miner Fresnillo 1.60%, the also miner Anglo American 1.59% and the teleco BT Group 1.45%.
Between the winnersengineering firm Dowlais Group rose 5.76%, financial firm Abrdn 1.93%, telecom Airtel Africa 1.57%, sports retailer JD Sports Fashion 1.42% and construction company British Land 1.22%.