A sell-off in the mining sector pulled the FTSE 100 over one per cent lower on Monday morning as disappointing growth figures from China and downgraded gold-price targets weighed on markets. [15 Apr '13]
City sources predict the FTSE 100 will open down two points from Friday's close of 6,384, as traders brace themselves for another busy week, nationally and internationally. The week has begun on a less than positive note with China announcing less than impressive figures for both production and economic growth. [15 Apr '13]
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