WPP chief insists he ‘remains a raging bull’ about China as global sell-off continues amid fears over health of world’s second-biggest economy
European stocks resumed their falls on Wednesday as fears about the Chinese economy once again gripped investors and a late plunge in US stocks unnerved the market.
The FTSE 100 fell almost 2% in early trading to 5,972 points, below the key 6,000 mark. Leading British shares had staged a partial recovery on Tuesday after heavy falls on Monday. By 130pm BST the index of leading shares in London was down 20 points at 6062.
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