FTSE 100 drops 3% to below 6,000 after China suspends trading for second time

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FTSE 100 drops 3% to below 6,000 after China suspends trading for second time

The FTSE 100 was down 3% this morning to 5,913, after turmoil in China overnight saw trading suspended after just 30 minutes.

This morning's biggest fallers on the FTSE were Anglo American, down 9%, and Aberdeen Asset Management and Old Mutual, both 6% lower. The FTSE 250 was down 2.3%. Only two FTSE 100 stocks reported gains:...

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