LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index faced its biggest one-day drop in nearly a month on Tuesday, weighed down by a combination of disappointing corporate updates and weak U.S.
The home trader accused of playing a role in the "flash crash" of 2010 is due to appear in court on Wednesday after failing to raise the �5m needed to cover his bail.
Standard Chartered Plc reported first-quarter profit that missed analysts' estimates, with all but one division reporting lower earnings in Peter Sands's final results as chief executive officer.
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A leading tenants' group has called Labour plans to crack down on rogue landlords 'incredibly weak' - claiming it could take at least a decade to enforce.