The FTSE 100 has fallen a further 1% on Thursday, after booking a 0.8% drop yesterday, as US President Donald Trump's suggestion of a large scale military response to North Korean threats continues to rattle markets.
The FTSE 100 had fallen 1.2% by 12.05pm today amid building US/North Korea tensions, with the drop further exacerbated by disappointing corporate results announced this morning. Mike van Dulken, head...
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