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FTSE suffers worst one-day fall for more than two years

By James Sillars and John-Paul Ford Rojas, business reporters
A global share sell-off has seen the FTSE 100 slump on the same scale as the day after the Brexit referendum in 2016.
The decline of 3.15%, or 218 points - wiping €56bn off the value of the FTSE's constituent companies - came after the arrest of a top Chinese executive on behalf of the US triggered renewed fears of a trade war.That helped unleash simmering worries about a broad cocktail of worldwide tensions, including a potential recession in the US, turning trading screens red from New York and London to Paris and Frankfurt.
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