The FTSE100 has fallen again, down by 43.40 points or 0.81% to 5311.30.
Mining companies will be hoping to dig themselves out of a hole tomorrow, as today's five biggest losers are all in the mining and resources sector.
Kazakhmys saw the biggest loss, dropping 9.49% or 135 to 1288p. Vedanta Resources was hot on its heels, shedding 156 (8.16%) to 1755p.
Antofagasta fell 8.04% to 503.5p and both Xstrata and Anglo American saw their share price slide.
However, Thomson Reuters had a good day, up 4.43% or 60 to 1414p.
Construction materials company Wolseley rose 4.05% to 353.5p, while International Power gained 14, or 3.47% to 417.75p.
Ent Inns and GlaxoSmithKline were also among today’s biggest winners.
Looking Stateside, after an early dip, the Dow Jones has regained some ground but is still down 0.13%, with a drop of 15.14 points to 11311.18.
Citigroup is currently leading the losses, down 2.70% or 0.51 to 18.36 with fellow bank JP Morgan Chase shedding 2.36% or 0.96 to 39.80.
Alcoa, Bank of America and Du Pont are all trailing behind.
On a brighter note, Peizer has gained 0.34%, up 1.83 to 18.94. Wal Mart Stores have sent their share prices rise to 58.67 with a 0.92% gain.
Johnson and Johnson, Proctor and Gamble and Walt Disney are also having a fruitful day.IFAonline
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