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FTSE LIVE: London stocks plunge as dramatic global sell-off continues

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FTSE LIVE: London stocks plunge as dramatic global sell-off continuesThe FTSE 100 has started the day in sharp decline - sinking nearly 1.6 per cent at the open - as investors adjust to a world of higher US interest rates and join in with a dramatic global sell-off.
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News video: Euro Stocks Drop To 21-Month Lows

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LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks slumped to a 21-month low on Thursday after Wall Street’s worst losses in eight months triggered a surge of global selling that also hit Asia and emerging markets. Losses in London . FTSE, Paris . FCHI and Milan . FTMIB were at nearly 2 percent ahead of what...

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