London's FTSE 100 index stalled this morning after reaching its highest point for almost seven months on Thursday.
The index of UK blue chip firms was down 3.3 points to 4,628.3 in early trade, led by a sell-off in hedge fund group Man, which fell 4% to 275.8 pence. Other losers included insurance groups Old Mutual...
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