Nov 28 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is
seen opening lower on Tuesday, with futures down 0.07%. 
    * DIGITAL 9 INFRASTRUCTURE: British investment firm Digital
9 Infrastructure (D9) initiated a strategic review of
its portfolio on Monday and said it had agreed to sell its stake
in data group Verne Global for $575 million as it seeks to cut
debt and boost its finances.
        *  BRITISH RETAIL CONSORTIUM: Shoppers at British store
chains have seen the slowest increase in prices in almost a year
and a half but retailers might struggle to keep inflation on its
downward path, an industry group said.
    * GOLD: Gold steadied after touching a six-month peak, as
expectations of an end to the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest
rate hike cycle kept the dollar and bond yields under check.
    * OIL: Oil prices rose, snapping a multi-session losing
streak ahead of a crucial meeting of OPEC+, which is widely
expected to deepen and extend cuts to oil production amid fears
of supply being consistently higher than demand.
   * METAL: Copper prices in London climbed as the dollar slid
to a three-month low, making the greenback-priced commodity
cheaper for buyers, although gains were limited by soft demand
outlook in top consumer China.
    * FTSE 100: UK's FTSE 100 closed lower on Monday as losses
in heavyweight industrial mining stocks weighed on the
commodity-focused index, while luxury retailer Burberry slipped
on a price target cut.
            * UK CORPORATE DIARY:         
 PETS AT HOME                       HY RESULTS
 EASY JET                           FY RESULTS
 TREATT                             FY RESULTS
 TOPPS TILES                        FY RESULTS
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 (Reporting by Zainab Saifuddin Saifee in Bengaluru)