UK stocks traded lower on Monday following the release of weak French and German manufacturing data, while concerns lingered over the state of US-China trade relations.
At 11.30, the benchmark FTSE 100 index was down 47.3 points, or 0.64%, at 7,297.59.
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Struggling travel company Thomas Cook went into liquidation on Monday morning and said thousands of customers abroad would have to be repatriated. It shares remained suspended from trading at 3.45p.
Another big player in the field, TUI, climbed 7.5% to 903.2p, as investors welcomed the removal of its arch-rival from the market.
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