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FTSE 100 loses traction as China proposes new security laws on Hong Kong
22nd May
  • FTSE 100 loses traction as China proposes new security laws on Hong Kong.
  • Prudential posts a 9.3% decline and HSBC hits a record low in over a decade.
  • A 102.7% gain in Marston's pushed the mid-cap FTSE 250 0.1% up on Friday.

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