Updates from Savills and Tullow Oil

Adrian Holliday

The FTSE 100 was knocked back 26.7 points on Friday, ending at 6,844.5. Miners all fell hard with Anglo American down 5.66% to 1457p, Rio Tinto down 4.12% to 3057p and BHP Billiton, down 3.74% to 1868p. Much of the unease stemmed from new concern about Chinese growth, plus some eurozone economic disappointment.

Admiral Group, on the other hand, lifted 2.10% while Smith & Nephew rose 1.65%.