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London markets fail to capitalize on Fed boost as pound surges

WorldNews Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
London markets fail to capitalize on Fed boost as pound surgesLondon markets nudged lower on Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s dovish comments failed to significantly support the FTSE 100. The blue-chip index UKX, -0.09% had initially climbed 0.2% before sinking back to trade 0.1% down. The Bank of England also warned of the rising risk of a no-deal Brexit,...
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