LandSecs' shares were up 5% after the Trillium deal, announced on Thursday, while Canary Wharf's rose 8% to 564p – the level at which they entered the FTSE100 Index three weeks ago. As a result, the Real Estate Index moved up 2.5% to 2092, outperforming the 0.7% increase in ...
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