The FTSE 100 is 1.3% lower after slowing Chinese GDP data and a Moody's warning over France's AAA-rating weighed on sentiment.
The blue chip index was down 72 points to 5,364 shortly after the open, with mining and resource stocks among the worst affected after Chinese Q3 GDP came in slightly lower than expected at 9.1%. Xstrata...
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