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Sector movers: Construction, tobacco and insurance stocks lead London Market higher

Wed 27th May 15, 15:39:07

Construction, insurance, and tobacco shares led the London market back in to the green on Wednesday, despite the overhang of Greece's debt crisis lurking in the background.

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