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In early trading, the UK’s benchmark stock fell by around 0.5% after suffering a fall more than 1% on Thursday. This comes after a sell-off across US and Asian markets.
Twitter made its first quarterly profit in its 12-year history. It made a profit of $91m in the fourth quarter of 2017 compared with a $167m loss the year before.
Although the Bank of England have voted to keep interest rates on hold, they have said that rates would need to rise earlier than they thought. The next rise could come as early as May.
Manchester United have blamed Donald Trump’s tax overhaul for their half-year loss. They were listed with a loss of £12.87 in the first half of the financial year.
The owner of the Mirror newspaper group has bought the Express and the Star, as well as celebrity magazine OK! for £126.7m.