Traders from ETX Capital work in central London on June 27, 2015. / AFP / Daniel Leal-Olivas
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Britain's FTSE 100 closed at its highest level since April on Wednesday, as a two-day rally recouped the losses it suffered after Britain voted to leave the European Union.Britain's FTSE 100 settled up 219.67 points, 3.6 percent higher, at 6,360.06 points. The mid-cap FTSE 250 remains down nearly 8 percent since last Thursday and the pan-European STOXX Europe 600 is down nearly 6 percent.Despite the recent rally, the FTSE 100 remains down 9 percent in dollar terms.The UK banking index rose 2.5 percent and the life insurance index gained 5.5 percent.However, banks are still down around 12 percent since the referendum.
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