Spread betting firm CMC Markets expects the UK blue chip index to open around 17 points lower at 7,333, having shed 37.48 points yesterday
The FTSE 100 index is expected to make a weak start to the final session of the second-quarter and the first-half of 2017, extending yesterday’s falls following overnights drops on Wall Street and in Asia amid heightened concerns on tighter monetary policy globally.
Spread betting firm CMC Markets expects the UK blue chip index to open around 17 points lower at 7,333, having shed 37.48 points yesterday.
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