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The sector indices fell by varying degrees, with the biggest decline being seen in the service sector, which slumped by 5 per cent.
The FTSE 100 Index slumped more than 3% or 172 points to 5119.
SYDNEY, August 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Australian manufacturing slumped in July, data showed Monday, as producers were hit by the local dollars surge to a record high and grim consumer sentiment.
Dubai share prices have slumped in the wake of the financial crisis and the emirate's debt crisis, with the index down 74 percent from a January 2008 peak.
The 36-year-old star was clearly shattered as she slumped over in a lift at Nice Airport in France before catching a flight to the UK.
THE maker of iconic cast iron Aga cookers felt the impact of the recession as annual profits slumped below pounds 1m.
KEN Doherty failed in his bid to reach the World Snooker Championship as the 1997 champion and three-time finalist slumped to defeat against Gerard Greene in the final qualifying round.
1 : to drop or slide down suddenly : collapse <The tired woman slumped into a chair.
MILLIONS of pounds was wiped off the value of the UK's biggest companies yesterday as share prices slumped amid fears of a recession.
Jurors yesterday heard a neighbour of Jill Dando describe how she found the TV presenter slumped in her doorway covered in blood.
ENGLAND slumped to a 10-wicket defeat for only the fourth time in their history on Tuesday as New Zealand took a stranglehold on their one-day series at Seddon Park.