The U.K. stock market showed positive momentum on Tuesday, with the FTSE 100 Index finishing the day up 0.02% at 7,625.72.
Among the FTSE 100 constituents, RS Group PLC saw the largest increase as its shares rallied 5.49%.
Wholesalers firm Ferguson PLC and major international banks company Barclays PLC also performed well, with their shares rising 3.95% and 3.93%, respectively.
Food retail company Ocado Group PLC and diversified reits company British Land Co. PLC secured positions in the top five largest increases, with their stocks climbing 3.74% and 3.39%, respectively.
On the other hand, precision products company Smiths Group PLC experienced the largest decline among FTSE 100 constituents, as its shares shed 3.99% on Tuesday.
Shares of food retail firm J Sainsbury PLC and technical services company Spirax-Sarco Engineering PLC also faced losses, with a decrease of 2.86% and 2.45%, respectively.
Precision products company Halma PLC and broadcasting firm ITV PLC ended up in the top five largest decreases, as their stocks fell 2.08% and 1.86%, respectively.
Currency and Commodities
The pound was down against the dollar by 0.37% at $1.2165 and against the euro by 0.20% at €1.1506.
Brent crude increased by 0.6% to $92.39, while the yield on the 10-year gilt declined 0.070 basis points to 4.332%.