For the first time in almost two months, Britain’s Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 100 index has pushed past 6,000 points, recovering all the losses it incurred since its devastating crash on 12th March, caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The same March day was the first for the market since 1987.
The significant milestone was reached this morning, showing signs of market recovery, and adding 45 points to 6,003 as the morning progressed.
Leading the top risers is Barclays PLC, which rose 5.4 percent to 103 points, followed by Carnival PLC and Meggitt PLC. Meanwhile, the top fallers are International Consolidated Airlines Group SA, Ocado Group PLC and Just Eat Takeaway.com NV.