Markets tepid ahead of crunch vote on new Brexit deal – The Telegraph

Stock markets fall slightly, with pound sat slightly up after week of surging strength London Stock Exchange shrugs off tough Hong Kong battle to post sales jump InterContinental hit by Hong Kong protests  Logistics firm Wincanton weighs offer for troubled Eddie Stobart What does Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal mean for UK business? Ryan Bourne: Left and Right must confront uncomfortable truths about the economics of healthcare 4:51PM Wrap-up: Markets close downbeat after muted day Miner Evraz was the biggest faller on the FTSE 100

That’s all, folks. After a hectic past week that saw a major sterling comeback and a twelve-month high for the FTSE 250, today was (possibly mercifully) mixed.

The FTSE 100 closed down 0.44pc, under pressure from a rising

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