FTSE 100 Falls, On Track For Quarterly, Monthly Declines

By Carla MozeeMarketWatch Pulse

London-listed stocks dropped Tuesday, with investors stepping away from risk assets throughout Europe as they face uncertainty surrounding Greece's fiscal crisis. The FTSE 100 fell 0.7% to 6,577.92, with all sectors moving lower. Less than 10 components managed to advance, led by a 0.6% rise in shares of Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered PLC . The blue-chip index is on track for loss of 2.9% for the second-quarter, and a 5.8% decline for June.

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