Miners hold back FTSE 100 gains
(Close): The FTSE 100 was little changed on Tuesday, with shares in miners holding back the index.
London's main share index close up just 2 points at 6,697.37.
Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling, one of the leading drinks bottlers, was leading the index, up more than 3% on an encouraging note from JP Morgan.
The Anglo-Swiss firm Glencore closed down 3.5%, the biggest faller on the index, while rival firms Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton also fell.
On the currency markets, the pound was down 0.84% against the dollar at $1.3145.
Against the euro, it was down 0.32% at €1.1931.
Shares in ARM Holdings were down slightly, after rising more than 40% on Monday.
The chipmaker agreed to be taken over by Japan's Softbank for £24bn.
Monday's rise helped the FTSE reach a fresh 11-month high.