The FTSE 100 fell 50 points, or just under 0.9%, in early trading on Tuesday as investors got their first opportunity to act on a disappointing US jobs report on Friday.
The UK's leading share index was 49.6 points, or 0.87%, lower at 10.20am, following the US non-farm payrolls data that failed to meet expectations. Figures from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics released...
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Liquidity mismatches in open-ended funds, such as that seen in the property sector and in the case of the Woodford Equity Income fund, poses a threat to financial stability and could “amplify shocks in the financial system”, the Bank of England (BoE)...
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