Market numbers: 26th November 2010
The FTSE 100 index of leading UK company shares finished the week at 5,668.70, down 30.23 points or -0.53% on the day and down 64.13 points (-1.12%) over the week.
A sharp rally during the afternoon corrected heavy losses from earlier in the day, with gains being reversed at the end of trading following fears about European sovereign debt.
Over a year the FTSE 100 has risen from 5,194.10 (474.6 points or 9.14%).
£1 is currently worth $1.55900 US or €1.17730 Euros.
Brent Crude Oil Future is currently priced at $85.80/barrel. Gold is $1,355.00/ounce and Silver is $26.62/ounce.
The UK Bank Rate is 0.5% and CPI inflation was 3.2% for the year to October 2010.