FTSE 100 closes at its lowest point for two years


The FTSE 100 closed at its lowest point for two years on Tuesday, down 71 points at 6701.59 points.

Driven by continued Brexit uncertainty and worries over the global economy the index fell to its lowest closing point since November 2016.

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