UK - Neptune Investment Management has rejected claims that a UK mainland terrorist attack would drive the FTSE100 down to 3000.
Neptune chief investment officer Robin Geffen said the fears were “misinformed” and accused fund managers who believe that an attack was imminent of “unnecessary scare-mongering”.
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