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London midday: UK stocks sink 1.4% as investors scale back risk

Fri 1st Aug 14, 12:1

Benjamin Chiou

UK stocks were in the red for the third straight day on Friday with the FTSE 100 sinking 1.4% as investors scale back their appetite for risk amid a wave of corporate earnings, economic data and geopolitical tensions.

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