The London Stock Exchange closed the session today with a rise of 0.15%, at the end of a week in which it has recovered the levels of early March, prior to the banking confidence crisis that hit the markets.
The FTSE-100, the main index in the British capital, advanced 11.52 points, to 7,914.13 points, while the secondary FTSE-250 gained 0.70%, 134.14 points, to 19,270.01 points.
At the close of stock market, the pound sterling it lost 0.24% against the euro, to €1.1314 and fell 0.17% against the US dollar, to US$1.2417.
In the London parquet, the Dowlais Group metallurgical company led the gains, advancing 4.28%, while the medical equipment firm Smith & Nephew rose 2.53%, the Next clothing store chain 2.32%, the industrial distributor RS Group 2.32% and bookmaker Flutter Entertainment 1.70%.
In contrast, the mining sector led the losses: Anglo American fell 5.95%, Rio Tinto 5.71%, Fresnillo 3.18%, Antofagasta 2.80% and Endeavor Mining 2.40%.