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FTSE 100 Index

Last Updated at 28 Jan 2015, 11:36 ET *Chart shows local time FTSE 100 intraday chart
value change %
6825.94 +
+14.33
+
+0.21

Top winner and loser

SABMiller

3594.50 p +
+158.50
+
+4.61

Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets

186.30 p -
-12.20
-
-6.15
value change %

FTSE 250 Index

16425.73 +
+71.85
+
+0.44

FTSE 350 Index

3727.03 +
+9.15
+
+0.25

FTSE All Share Index

3659.72 +
+8.92
+
+0.24

FTSE Techmark Index

3631.29 +
+26.96
+
+0.75

(Close): Mining shares pulled the index lower, with shares in Rio Tinto down 3.8% and Anglo American 3.5% lower.

Shares in broker Hargreaves Lansdown also suffered, falling 4.9% and helping to pull the FTSE 100 down 24.86 points, or 0.4%, to 6,805.80.

Paddy Power shares fell 1% after the bookmaker posted a 13% fall in profits.

The firm was hit by "punter friendly" outcomes in football and horse racing, which it said "proved costlier than John Cleese's divorce payments".

However, the firm said it had a better World Cup, taking bets worth 198m euros during the tournament.

On the upside, supermarket Morrisons climbed 1.4% after Deutsche Bank raised its rating on the stock to "hold" from "sell".

There were some big moves in the FTSE 250, where shares in industrial inkjet company Xaar plunged 22% after it cut its forecast for annual revenues.

The company now expects revenues for the year to be between £115m and £125m, compared with an earlier forecast of £130m.

Ocado shares were down 16% after equities broker Redburn cuts its rating on the online grocer to "sell" from "buy" and halved its price target for the shares.

But shares in chipmaker CSR jumped 36% after the firm said it had rejected a bid approach from Microchip Technology.

On the currency markets, the pound was unchanged against the dollar at $1.6577 and was 0.1% higher against the euro at 1.2581 euros.

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