FTSE 100 index dips, Anglo American PLC leads decline

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FTSE 100 index dips, Anglo American PLC leads decline
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In Tuesday's trading, the FTSE 100 Index experienced a slight dip of 0.10% to close at 7,410.04 points. Mining company Anglo American (JO: AGLJ ) PLC led the downturn among constituents, recording a fall of 3.54%. Other significant decliners included Antofagasta (LON: ANTO ) PLC, Glencore (OTC: GLNCY ) PLC, BP (NYSE: BP ) PLC, and Hikma Pharmaceuticals (OTC: HKMPY ).

In contrast, Associated British Foods (OTC: ASBFY ) PLC led the gainers with a rise of 6.84%. This was followed by Persimmon (LON: PSN ) PLC, Ocado (LON: OCDO ) Group PLC, NatWest Group (LON: NWG ) PLC, and Barratt Developments (LON: BDEV ) PLC who all recorded stock increases.

The pound depreciated against both the dollar and the euro on Tuesday. In addition to this, Brent crude oil prices experienced a drop of 3.0%. The yield on the 10-year gilt also declined on the same day.

This recent market activity is based on data provided by Dow Jones and FactSet.

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