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The FTSE has dropped over 3% to its lowest level since September 2009. Richard Dunbar, investment director at Scottish Widows explains the global tumble in the stock markets.

Despite the current global concern over banks, the Agricultural Bank of China is today launching the world's biggest share flotation. Brian Caplan, editor of The Banker magazine, explains why British banks are still among the strongest in the world.

The chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Paul Everitt, outlines why the government still needs to support the industry.


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