The FTSE 100 unsurprisingly opened sharply lower in early trading this morning following the 245 point decline for the Dow last night.
Despite positive signs for the retail sector following a surge in sales at supermarket giant Sainsbury's, a raft of mining declines sent London's blue chip index 51.03 points down, or 1.13%, to 4,456.48...
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Liquidity mismatches in open-ended funds, such as that seen in the property sector and in the case of the Woodford Equity Income fund, poses a threat to financial stability and could “amplify shocks in the financial system”, the Bank of England (BoE)...
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