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FTSE rebounds from six-month low after glitch delays opening — live updates

London Stock Exchange delays open of FTSE 100 and FTSe 250 after “potential trading services issue” is discovered

16.8.2019

London Stock Exchange delays open of FTSE 100 and FTSe 250 after “potential trading services issue” is discovered

The FTSE 100 bounced back from a six-month low on Friday, after a glitch delayed the start of trading across the UK’s top stock indices.

...here’s more on last Friday’s blackouts. National Grid has said the blame for the widespread outage should be shared in a report to energy regulator Ofgem. My colleague Michael O’Dwyer reports: It is not clear whether Ofgem will publish the report, which is likely to lay part of the blame for the disruption on power generators and train operators, according to a report in The Times. The report is expected to say that the failure of two power plants within seconds of each other was one of the reasons for the major blackout, which was one of the worst this decade. You can read his full report here: Blackout blame should be shared, National Grid tells Ofgem in report Read more: The Telegraph

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FTSE hits six-month low as China says US ‘seriously violated’ trade pactThe FTSE 100 has hit a six-month low after China warned the US had “seriously violated” the countries’ trade relations by announcing ramped-up tariffs. Yes!!!!!!!!!! journey of drained road to Top of Mountain! :) We are heading for a world recession whether the media likes it or not. BREXIT will undoubtedly get the blame along with the Russians, thank God May and her hysterical blame the Russians has gone. Its time to look at how the central banks mismanage the world economy.

FTSE hits six-month low as China says US ‘seriously violated’ trade pactThe FTSE 100 has hit a six-month low after China warned the US had “seriously violated” the countries’ trade relations by announcing ramped-up tariffs. Yes!!!!!!!!!! journey of drained road to Top of Mountain! :) We are heading for a world recession whether the media likes it or not. BREXIT will undoubtedly get the blame along with the Russians, thank God May and her hysterical blame the Russians has gone. Its time to look at how the central banks mismanage the world economy.

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UK must accept chlorinated chicken after Brexit, US says - follow live updatesFollow live business updates Over my clucking body!!! Then now is a good time to become a veggie Nobody cares. If people don't want chlorinated chicken, they don't have to buy American chicken. But I had chicken the last time I was in the US, I assume it was chlorinated, and I survived

Markets deliver ominous signal US recession may be looming - follow liveFollow live business updates

Homeless person dying every 19 hours in UK, figures showAt least 235 deaths recorded in last six months as campaigners call for urgent action Well it is not that bad if we considered in the world every 30 seconds dies a kid of hungry So this was the Tory plan for reducing homelessness..... The Independent : That say charity beings at home were is theirs , we give millions abroad yet our own people die in our streets' something not right



Labour leadership hopeful says she would vote to abolish the monarchy

Chinese authorities intimate date about the Uighurs

No 10 adviser resigns over alleged race comments

Londoners should be allowed to keep EU citizenship, insists Sadiq Khan

Meghan Markle should be Queen of England claims Labour leadership hopeful Lisa Nandy

Five-month-old baby dies after being 'raped by her 30-year-old cousin'

First coronavirus patient had NO connection to Wuhan seafood market

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