The FTSE 100 gave up early gains by midday today, as sharp falls for Aberdeen AM and retailer Next weighed on the blue-chip index.
On opening this morning, the FTSE 100 rebounded 1.1% following its worst New Year opening in 16 years yesterday, when it tumbled 2.4%. Global markets were hit after China suspended trading of shares...
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