FTSE opens down as interest rate decision looms

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London's leading stock exchange dropped in early trading on Thursday ahead of an anticipated interest rate cut.

The move, expected to be by 50 basis points and taking the base rate to a historic low of just 1%, would move the UK more in line with Japan and the US. The FTSE 100 dropped as low as 4,152 shortly after...

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