LONDON (Reuters) – The FTSE 100 rebounded about Tuesday from a steep fall inside the past session, because investors flipped their focus from euro zone worries to a usually strong set of business updates. At 11.37 the.m. British Time, the FTSE 100 was up 0.7 % at 6,287.69, a day following suffering its largest one-day fall inside 3 months because political uncertainties inside Europe along with a string of analyst downgrades sparked profit taking from 4-1/2-year highs. Oil heavyweight BP added over 5.5 points to the index following sturdy fourth-quarter figures. …
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