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FTSE 100 ends higher as OPEC deal powers oil shares
The FTSE 100 closed with monthly decline of 2.5%, the index's first such loss after five months of gains. Shares in the companies make up a roughly 15% weighting on the FTSE 100. This is just as much a PR job for OPEC as it is a move to push prices higher. The shares suffered after the bank failed a tougher stress test of systemic UK banks, the Bank of England said.
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