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...
Five new entrants to the table
First day of trading on 15 December
'Duty of responsibility' guidance
Led by Ash Ray
Replacing Tom Hawkins