London stocks regained optimism; shopping center operator Intu jumps


Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to further relax a coronavirus-led lockout, while London stocks rose on Tuesday, and investors are waiting for the latest business activity data for signs of post-pandemic economic recovery.

The cash-strapped shopping center operator Intu Properties (L: INTUP) increased by 5.9% after telling him that he had appointed KPMG to plan a potential move to management, as he continued negotiations with creditors while negotiating a debt stance that would save the company.

The blue chip FTSE 100 (FTSE) increased by 0.4%, while the increase in risk appetite increased financial, industrial and mining stocks. The middle cap FTSE 250 (FTMC) added 0.5%.

US stock Donald Trump also noted that the U.S.-China trade agreement was “completely intact”, and global exchanges also rose, clarifying earlier confusing statements from the White House on the fate of the deal.

Johnson, in England, is expected to say that cinemas, museums and galleries in Britain can be reopened on July 4th. It will also explain the findings of a review of social distance.


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