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Shares in ad giant WPP tumble as it warns on outlook
The global group saw sales fall 0.5% in the first half - blamed on a squeeze from consumer goods firms and weak US performance. 11:15, UK, Wednesday 23 August 2017.
FTSE 100 flat, pound slumps as WPP shares plunge  
Advertising giant WPP dives on FTSE 100; Pound falls to eight-year low against ...  
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