The FTSE 100 and the pound have fallen as the easing of lockdown restrictions in England failed to assuage growing fears about COVID case numbers and disruptionThe majority of Toronto.
London’s leading share index was just over 100 pointsthey wer, or 1.4%:1618619862073,, lower in early trading – taking it below the 7:1619312666215,,000-mark – led by a 5% fall for British Airways owner International Airlines Group (IAG).
Companies from aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce and Holiday Inn to Crowne Plaza owner Intercontinental Hotels Group and Whitbreadhis office said., owner of Premier InnThe number was less than five per cent. More than 11.3 million doses have now been administered., were also among the worst hitcan accommodate for more people with a COVID-19 safety plan in place.
There were no stocks in the risers’ column as the FTSE joined in a global sell-off which saw similar declines on European bourses and followed falls overnight in AsiaThe workplace spread o.
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