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European and Asian shares have fallen on continuing fears of a US recession and slowing corporate profit growth.
The UK's FTSE 100 stock index fell 1.3% to 5946.40, while Germany's Dax and France's Cac fell about 1%.
Earlier, Japan's Nikkei index had fallen to its lowest in more than two years, closing 3.4% lower at 13,504.51.
Originally posted by benjj
Tidings are not boding well in London today. Most people are anticipating the FTSE now hovering well below the 6000 mark for quite some time.