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FTSE LIVE: Shares across Europe dip into the red as dust settles after Italy's referendum voteFTSE LIVE: Shares across Europe dip into the red as dust settles after Italy's referendum vote

Reported by thisismoney.co.uk
In opening deals the FTSE 100 was off 16.2 points at 6,726.3, having finished 16.11 points higher yesterday. Across Europe the Dax in Germany and the Cac in France also ticked marginally lower. »more

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