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Oakley Black Friday Ads - FTSE CLOSE: Footsie plunges with miners hammered by drop in copper price as World Bank slashes growth forecastsA?ByThis Is Money Market Reporters Published: 08:53 GMT, 14 January 2015 | Updated: 09:14 GMT, 15 January 2015 8 View comments 17.20 (close): Markets fell sharply today after a World Bank report slashed world growth forecasts for this year - causing Oakley Black Friday Ads a sharp drop in the price of copper that hammered a clutch of London-listed commodities firms.Sentiment was also darkened by figures showing a sharp drop in US retail sales, denting hopes for the resurgence of the world's largest economy.The FTSE 100 Index fell more than 2 per cent, or 153.7 points, to 6388.5, while on Wall Street the Oakley Black Friday Ads Dow Jones Industrial Average lost more than 1 per cent. 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Find out more The FTSE 100 was heavily hit by the fall in the copper price to a five-year low after the World Bank slashed its outlook for world growth in 2015 from 3.4 per cent to 3 per cent, citing stagnation in Europe and Japan and a Oakley Black Friday Ads slowdown in China's expansion.Shares in commodities giant Glencore tumbled to an all-time low, closing 9 per cent, or 25p, down at 244p. Anglo American was also off 9 per cent, or 103p, at 1042.5p. Chilean miner Antofagasta was 34p down at 675p while BHP Billiton tumbled 72p to 1285p and Rio Tinto was 115.5p lower at 2804.5p, with Oakley Black Friday Ads Mexico's Fresnillo down 15.5p to 816p.BT was among just a five stocks making gains, after a bullish note on the telecoms sector from analysts at HSBC. Shares rose 1.6p to 401.4p.Supermarket Tesco was also ahead as it continued to rally in the wake of last week's better-than-expected Christmas trading figures and shake-up announced by new boss Dave Lewis. 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Big Oakley Black Friday Ads falls: US stocks joined in the rout on European markets today after the World Bank slashed its global growth forecasts on concerns about stagnation in the eurozone and Japan and a slowdown in ChinaUS stocks extended their declines to four consecutive days pressured by the global growth concerns, as well as a surprisingly weak December US retail sales Oakley Black Friday Ads report, and disappointing results from banking giant JPMorgan Chase.US retail sales sank in December largely because of cheaper fuel prices, but most stores posted surprisingly weak results during the busiest month of the shopping season. More... MARKET REPORT: Oil firms in the junior market struggle as price plummets below $46 a barrel GLOBAL MARKETS: Track the latest trends Oakley Black Friday Ads here Share dealing: A¢G12.50 flat-fee with low cost dividend reinvestment. Find out more Sales at retailers dropped a seasonally adjusted 0.9 per cent last month to mark the biggest decline in nearly a year, substantially more than the 0.2 per cent decline expected.However Dennis de Jong, managing director at UFX.com, said: '(Federal Reserve boss) Janet Yellen won't lose Oakley Black Friday Ads too much sleep over the drop in US retail sales revealed today. 'Retailers in the US have been crowing about their strong festive results for some weeks now, but they were never going to be enough to make up for the loss of revenue at the pumps.'With gasoline accounting for roughly ten percent of US retail sales, the Oakley Black Friday Ads plummeting cost of oil is holding down the raw figures.'Looking beyond the headline number, there is nothing to seriously concern the Fed, and an interest rate rise in Q3 still looks most likely,' he added.The Federal Reserve will publish its latest Beige Book survey after the London close at 7 pm tonight.13:00A?Sharp falls by commodities firms led a Oakley Black Friday Ads drop by the Footsie at lunchtime after a World Bank report slashing global growth forecasts for this year sent the copper price tumbling.By mid session, the FTSE 100 index was over 2 per cent lower, down 149.3 points to 6,392.9 as drops by heavyweight miners weighed significantly.The falls by less commodity-focused European markets were less pronounced, however, with Oakley Black Friday Ads Germany's Dax 30 index and France's CAC 40 index both down around 0.8 per cent, although an earlier rally on enhanced hopes for bond-buying moves by the European Central Banks was swiftly curtailed. Stimulus hopes: ECB Mario Draghi is expected to unveil a government bond-buying programme by the eurozone central bank after next week's central bank policy meetingA?Those Oakley Black Friday Ads ECB bond-buying hopes saw the euro fall below the level at which it was launched in 1999 versus the dollar for the first time in more than nine years.The euro fell 0.4 per cent to $1.1728, below $1.1747 which was the level it started trading at in Sydney on January 4 1999, according to data from Reuters. The Oakley Black Friday Ads euro also hit a more than six-year high against the pound at 77.40p. 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Chilean copper miner Antofagasta shed 7 per cent, or 52.2p to 656.8p while BHP Billiton tumbled 96.2p to 1,260.8p and Rio Tinto was 163.8p lower at 2,756.2p,But bucking the depressing market trend, BT Group gained thanks to a bullish note on the telecoms sector from analysts Oakley Black Friday Ads at HSBC. Shares rose 4.4p to 404.2p.Supermarket Tesco was also ahead, up 4.1p to 216.1p as French broker Exane BNP Paribas raised its rating to outperform as the stock it continued to rally in the wake of last week's better-than-expected Christmas trading figures.Although rival food retailer Morrison's, which added 4 per cent in the previous session as it Oakley Black Friday Ads announced the departure of chief executive Dalton Philips, lost some of the gains as investors reflected on its continuing sliding sales over the festive period.Britain's fourth biggest supermarket, which is now searching for a new boss, was down 2 per cent, or 3.4p, to 181.4p.A?10.00:A?The Footsie stayed depressed as the morning session progressed weighed by a slump in Oakley Black Friday Ads commodity prices after the World Bank cut its forecast for global economic growth warning that the outlook had been dented by the weakening performance of Japan and the eurozone.By mid session, the FTSE 100 Index was down 73.7 points, or 1.2 per cent at 6,468.6, reversing yesterday's rally, but it eased off session lows as European markets rallied Oakley Black Friday Ads on enhanced hopes for new stimulus measures from the European Central Bank.After sharp early falls, Germany's Dax 30 index and France's CAC 40 index both ticked 0.1 per cent higher after a top adviser to the European Union's highest court recommended judges to approve an earlier bond-buying plan proposed by the ECB. Luxury gap: Burberry shares fell after Oakley Black Friday Ads the firm warned that a fall in sales in the key market of Hong Kong in the last quarter of 2014 could impact its full-year profit marginPedro Cruz Villalon, advocate general at the European Court of Justice said that while the ECB was entitled to do such bond-buying, it should be on condition that the central bank was Oakley Black Friday Ads not directly involved in an assistance programme for countries that benefit.Craig Erlam, market analyst at Alpari (UK) said: 'This morning's European Court of Justice ruling may not have been legally binding but it would have given those in Germany that believe the outright monetary transactions (OMTs) and quantitative easing (QE) do not lie within the ECBs remit a Oakley Black Friday Ads strong case if it comes to either be needed, with the latter potentially being announced next week.'He added: 'The reason why this ruling was so important was because of the implications it could have had for QE, which the ECB is expected to announce next week.'Had the ECJ ruled against OMTs, Draghi would have come up against significant Oakley Black Friday Ads opposition as the two programs are very similar. Both involve purchasing government bonds on the secondary market, which some have argued constitutes government funding.'With this hurdle now out of the way, Draghi is free to announce a bond buying program without fearing a backlash from those that previously called it illegal and outside of his remit.' On foreign Oakley Black Friday Ads exchanges, the euro fell back versus the dollar after the ECJ ruling, holding close to a nine year low against the US currency.The single currency was also lower against the pound, although sterling was itself weak versus the dollar at 1.553 depressed yesterday by a bigger than expected drop in UK inflation which dented any hopes for a Oakley Black Friday Ads hike in interest rates by the Bank of England in the near term.No important UK economic data is due today, although US retail sales and the latest Federal Reserve Beige Book survey should attract some attention later in the day.On equity markets, falls by heavyweight mining stocks did the most damage in London as copper prices plunged following Oakley Black Friday Ads the grim outlook from the World Bank.Shares in Chilean miner Antofagasta dropped 10 per cent or 66.5p to 642.5p and commodities trader Glencore shed 8 per cent or 23.65p to 245.3p.Oil stocks were also under pressure again, with BP down 11.5p to 384.7p, Royal Dutch Shell losing 37.5p at 2,039.5p, and BG Group off 28p at 795.4p as Oakley Black Friday Ads the price of Brent crude fell as well, although it held above $46 a barrel having dropped back to a near six year low around $45 yesterday.Away from commodities, luxury goods giant Burberry shed 26p at 1,638p despite reporting strong growth in retail sales in the third quarter, as itA?warned that a fall in sales in the key Oakley Black Friday Ads market of Hong Kong in the last quarter of 2014 could impact its full-year profit margin.But among a handful of FTSE 100 gainers, AstraZeneca gained 45p at 4,762p after a large-scale clinical trial of its Brilinta blood-thinning drug hits its main objective, cutting the risk of death or heart attack in patients with a history of previous attacks. Oakley Black Friday Ads And Tesco gained 5.75p to 217.7p helped by an upgrade from French broker Exane Paribas after a recent update showed a better-than-expected performance over Christmas from the troubled supermarket group.Elsewhere in the retail sector, fashion retailer SuperGroup jumped 7 per cent in the FTSE 250 Index after it said like-for-like sales rose 12.4 per cent in the 11 Oakley Black Friday Ads weeks to January 10, albeit against softer comparatives.The Superdry brand business recently issued a profit warning due to the autumn weather but it now expects to meet revised full-year profit targets of between A¢G60million and A¢G65million. Supergroup shares climbed 56.75p to 868.25pBut Game Digital shares slumped 35 per cent or 122.1p to 226p after the video games business Oakley Black Friday Ads said group sales for the Christmas period covering the 11 weeks to January 10 were 5.4 per cent lower.It blamed lower than expected margins on its consoles, meaning earnings for the year to August 1 are now expected to be flat on last year's A¢G51.3million, well below City expectations of A¢G63.8million.A?08.30: The FTSE 100 has tumbled 90.8 points Oakley Black Friday Ads to 6,451.4 after A?the World Bank cut its global growth forecast for this year, causing a rout in copper and oil prices.Brent crude and US WTI crude were trading almost in tandem, at $45.66 and $45.32 respectively, while copper futures dived 6.2 per cent to $5,499 a tonne.Copper is often considered a barometer of industrial demand, so the Oakley Black Friday Ads price fall intensified concern over news the World Bank had cut its 2015 growth forecasts blaming sluggishness in the eurozone, Japan and some major emerging economies.'The global economy is at a disconcerting juncture,' World Bank chief economist Kaushik Basu told reporters. 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