Valid observation by Paul:
A sign of UK resilience (London's been under threat of terrorism for years; it's normal here): UK share indexes fall 2.26% but other countries' fall more.
This shouldn't be funny, but I involuntarily laughed at this:The shockwaves were felt as far away as South Africa, where shares dropped more than 1.9%.
"This is all on the back on the London underground incidents, and particularly the bus blast," said one Johannesburg trader.
And that from a city where flamethrowers are used to prevent carjacking.
Anders Jacobsen |
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