Mining losses cause FTSE fall


In London, markets closed down as mining shares suffered from low metal prices, and the FTSE 100 was down 47 points, or 0.7%, to 6,659.

Scroders NV made the biggest gains, up 65 points, or 5.05%, to £13.52, followed by Schroders, which added 71 points, or 4.81%, to £15.47. Barratt Developments gained 18 points, or 2.85%, to 649p, Man...

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