British stocks up 0.07 pct Friday


  LONDON, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- British stocks rose on Friday, with the benchmark FTSE 100 Index up by 0.07 percent, or 4.65 points, to close at 6,367.58 points.

  Rightmove, a UK-based online real estate portal company, soared 2.90 percent, the top gainer of the blue chips. GVC Holdings and Smith & Nephew increased by 2.66 percent and 2.58 percent, respectively.

  Severn Trent, a UK-based water company, was the worst performer in the blue chips, with its shares losing 2.53 percent. DCC, an international sales, marketing and support services group, dropped 2.34 percent. International Consolidated Airlines Group, an Anglo-Spanish multinational airline holding company, fell 2.31 percent.

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