London markets are down once again with the FTSE 100 losing 122.80 points (2.22%) to 5406.80.
Thomas Cook heads up the losers plummeting 18.65 points, a 9.22% fall.
Cadbury has also seen sweeter days, dropping 7.50% or 48.50 points. Icap’s shares declined by 7.46%.
However, coming in first place today is Experian up 28.5 points or 7.89% while FirstGroup gained 19.5 points, adding 3.6%.
Verdanta Resources also had a good day and has risen 2.87% or 56 points.
Over in the US, Wall Street’s markets are making a slight recovery with a 0.32% rise, up 35.26points to 11182.70.
Alcoa is up 10.37%, or 3.27 points followed by AT&T with 2.2% or 0.71points.
Meanwhile, General Motors have slipped 0.79 points, falling 7.65%. America Intl Group and Home Depot also saw a loss of 4.09% and 1.83% respectively.
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