July 10 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 .FTSE index is seen opening 10 points higher at 7,546 on Wednesday, according to financial bookmakers.
* KOM: Macquarie-backed MEIF 6 Fibre Ltd said on Tuesday it had offered 109.5 pence in the second day of a five-day auction for KCOM Plc KCOM.L , topping a bid from a unit of British pension fund Universities Superannuation Scheme Ltd.
GOLD: Gold prices eased on Wednesday as the dollar climbed higher on expectations of a less dovish U.S. Federal Reserve, ahead of a testimony from the its Chairman Jerome Powell.
OIL: Oil prices rose on Wednesday, led by U.S. crude after an industry group reported that U.S. stockpiles fell for a fourth week in a row, alleviating concerns about oversupply amid global trade tensions. The UK blue chip index closed 0.2% lower on Tuesday amid a deteriorating economic outlook and Brexit tensions, while online grocer Ocado (LON: OCDO ) jumped on the FTSE 100 after confirmed its annual forecast.
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