FTSE climbs 1.5{4deaea03d78349d2462fb96996a246ea5d0077172a16867ed072c7a64f0a268c} Bitcoin hits $19K Countrywide chairman quits Pets at House sees demand from customers climb



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The FTSE 100 had a great working day today as growing vaccine optimism and the beginning of the formal transition course of action for President-elect Biden boosted sentiment.

The United kingdom bluchip index closed up 1.5 for each cent to 6,432, even though the FTSE 250 finished the working day 1.1 for every cent increased at 19,789.  

Bitcoin is rapidly closing in on an all-time significant, with the selling price of the cryptocurrency surging given that September and right now hitting $19,000 a coin. 

In enterprise information, Countrywide’s chairman Peter Extended has give up next shareholders’ disapproval of the board’s rescue approach for the indebted estate company. Previous William Hill main executive Philip Bowcock has turn out to be the firm’s performing CEO. 

Meat processor Cranswick has documented a higher first-fifty percent financial gain many thanks to ‘robust’ demand from customers throughout all of its types buoyed by a shift towards higher in-property intake pushed by the Covid-19 pandemic.  

Robust lockdown need for animals has offered Animals at Home’s second-quarter revenues a double-digit boost. Its CEO told BBC Radio 4’s Now programme that the need for companionship ‘made a huge difference through the pandemic.’



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