European equity markets have given up all yesterday's gains as investors remain on the back foot ahead of today's EU summit.
The FTSE 100 was down 1.9% in mid-morning trading at 5,299, reversing yesterday's 1.9% gain, with France's Cac 40 and Germany's DAX both down 1.7% at 3,032 and 6,323 respectively. Miners led the falls...
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