The FTSE 100 suffered a tough start to 2016 today, following the suspension of trading on China’s Shanghai Composite index as shares plunged 7% in the first session of the year.
The UK's blue-chip index was down to 6,106 by 11.40am as a new system in China, introduced to curb volatility after last August's Black Monday sell-off, led trading to be initially halted for 15 minutes...
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