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FTSE 100 edges down at close
The FTSE 100 closed a shade lower on Tuesday - at 7,434.36, 12 points or 0.17% down.
All top five climbers were mining companies boosted by firmer prices for some commodities and oil, as well as positive figures on Chinese industrial profits.
Glencore was up by 3.1%, Anglo American 3.34% higher, Rio Tinto 3.22% higher, Antofagasta 3.2% up and BHP Billiton 2.28% up.
The biggest fall was seen by engineering firm GKN which shed 4.39%.
Markets: Shares rally; Pound up slightly
The FTSE 100 has regained early losses and is now trading more or less flat.
Miners have been propping up the index.
The pound has been bouncing around, but is a touch higher against the dollar, at $1.2743.
Shares in the car sector hit across Europe
Shares in car markers and companies that make car parts are down all over Europe this morning.
The falls come after German auto supplier Schaeffler slashed its profit guidance for the year, blaming higher steel costs.
It also said the cost of developing electric cars was raising costs.
In Frankfurt, Continental shares are down almost 3% and BMW is down by more than 1%.
In Paris, Peugeot is down by 2.6% and Renault is down by 2%.
And in London, car parts maker GKN is leading the FTSE 100 lower with a 3% fall.
Market open: Debenhams down; Carpetright up
At around 7,444, the FTSE 100 is little changed in early trading.
Shares in Debenhams are down almost 3%, after it warned of 'volatile' trading conditions.
Carpetright shares have jumped more than 8% after its trading update.
Airlines are also doing well, EasyJet is up 1.2% and IAG, the owner of British Airways, is 0.6% higher.