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Stockmarket continues to plummet

The stockmarket has continued to plunge with the FTSE 100 sinking another 4 per cent to its lowest point since 1997.

Stocks across the board are down with no winners. The FTSE100 presently stands 4362 at 10.15am Friday 21 September, following a similar 4 per cent fall over night on the Dow Jones.

Chase De Vere investor services manager Nikki Foster says: "We are telling our clients not to panic and to sit tight. This was always going to happen after such an unprecedented attack. There is not going to be a quick recovery, but things will pick up after a period of stabilisation."

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