The united kingdom’s leading share index shed almost 31 points at 7,328 with resource shares, unsurprisingly, among the list of top laggards
- FTSE 100 closes lower
- US shares down
- Odds of another hung parliament recede after Brexit Party backs down
- More physical physical violence in Hong Kong
5.05pm: FTSE 100 finishes in red
FTSE 100 index shut in debt, struck by a solid lb, and also as traders fretted over international trade while the latest physical violence in Hong Kong.
Great britain’s leading share index shed almost 31 points at 7,328 with resource shares, unsurprisingly, on the list of laggards that are top.
In the usa, major benchmarks had been also reduced, aided by the Dow Jones Industrial Average down over 95 points, as the Nasdaq that is tech-laden exchange around 25.
In Hong Kong, there’s been a later date of clashes between anti-government protesters and police which have apparently kept two different people in a condition that is critical dozens more injured.
“Stock areas are mostly reduced as traders are involved in regards to the US-China trading relationship plus the physical violence in Hong Kong,” noted market analyst David Madden, at CMC Markets, on Monday. Continue reading FTSE 100 closes lower as trade concerns and strong pound hit index