IN the UK the FTSE 100 index of leading share closed down 55.4 points to 5,372.4 at dragging the benchmark down to a two-week low as investors fretted about global growth prospects, although the hard hit mining sector rebounded towards the end of the session.
Anglo American ended 59p, or 3.7% higher to 1650p, topping the FTSE 100 leaderboard, followed by gains for Rio Tinto of 56p, or 2.53%, 2270p, Xstrata of 28p, or 2.02,% to 1417p and Antofagasta of 25p,...
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