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FTSE sees early falls

The FTSE100 has seen early falls on Tuesday after the long-weekend in the UK and tension in the US over North Korea’s nuclear tests.

The blue-chip index had fallen by 0.66 per cent at 9:26am, with Lloyds Banking Group making a loss of 4.08 per cent.

Other fallers include Friends Provident and Lloyds Banking Group, which fell by 3.21 and 2.93 per cent respectively, while Eurasian Natural Resources made the biggest gain having risen by 4.36 per cent.

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