The FTSE 100 fell towards the 6,000 mark mid-afternoon as weaker than expected US jobs data combined with a sell-off in commodities to weigh on shares.
By 2.05pm the FTSE 100 had dropped 1% or 60.49 points to 6,022. Jobs data in the US - which showed the US private sector had added only 179,000 jobs in April, below estimates, failed to lift the already...
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