Tuesday, 10 January 2017

FTSE 100 finishes at record high for 9th day in a row

There has been more terrible economic news today with the FTSE 100 finishing on a record high for the ninth consecutive day of trading.

It follows this morning's terrible news that Snapchat is joining the other tech giants Google, Apple and Softbank in moving its international headquarters to London since Brexit.

The FTSE 100 has now risen for 11 days in a row, nine of which have been at record high levels. The previous record was eight days of record growth following Labour's landslide election in 1997 and another day of growth tomorrow will see the longest period of continuous growth in the FTSE 100's 33 year history.