FTSE LIVE: Markets revived after Trump rows back on tariffs; Sports Direct parts ways with auditor

The FTSE 100 closed down 103.02 points at 7147.88 and the pound was at $1.21 against the dollar. Stock markets gave up early gains on recession fears.

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