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London midday: Stocks fall on reports of Russian trucks crossing border

Fri 22nd Aug 14, 12:11

Benjamin Chiou

After a subdued start, UK stocks dropped into the red by Friday lunchtime on reports of 90 trucks from the Russian aid convoy entering Ukraine without persimmon.

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