FTSE's winning streak snaps as Hargreaves and Burberry dip
FTSE's winning streak snaps as Hargreaves and Burberry dip. The UK blue-chip index fell 53 points, or 0.7%, to 7,452, snapping a four-day winning streak which has left it on course for a 2.3% rise this week even with yesterday's fall. 'Investors appear to be worried about China's coronavirus once again, after a couple of trading sessions where focus on tariff cuts, a potential vaccine and economic stimulus generated more positive sentiment,' said Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell. 'The number of cases has passed 30,000, a doctor who was a prominent whistleblower at the outset of the crisis has died, and ratings agency S&P has cut its forecast for economic growth in China in 2020.'.