The FTSE 100 has slipped 6.13 points to 6405.86, after last week’s volatility. Over the weekend China reported lower than expected inflation and industrial production figures, raising concerns about weakness in the country’s economy. But better than forecast Japanese data helped limit the damage, with the Nikkei rebounding nearly 5% after testing bear market territory on Friday.
via The Guardian
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