UK markets up despite London incident
Thursday, July 21, 2005
The FTSE 100 index closed higher today despite of the incidents in London. The markets fell over 50 points when the reports first came out, but recovered later and closed 6.4 points higher at 5,221.6.
The stock market had been expecting another attack and today analysts said the FTSE had been "amazingly robust".
Dow Jones keeps falling
The Dow Jones in New York fell 60 points today to 10,629.
- "Markets shudder after new blasts" — , July 21, 2005
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