With economic gloom and Ebola fears again sending markets lower, Tesco stands out with another big gain.
After recording its best day since December 2013 on Tuesday, the supermarket is up 4.7p or 2.5% to 187.3p, the biggest riser in the leading index.
The recent shock revelation of a £250m black hole had sent its shares to an 11 year low, but talk of a £2bn sale of its data business and a number of boardroom changes have brought a minor revival.
via The Guardian
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