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Morning papers: ‘Fat finger’ trader loses £400k in seconds

The Danish minority coalition government is on the brink of collapse following an outcry over a controversial deal that saw a 19 per cent stake in state-owned utility Dong Energy sold to US investment bank Goldman Sachs for Dkr 8bn (£883m), the Financial Times reports.

The Socialist People’s Party, one of the three members of the minority coalition, quit the government yesterday morning after its leader stepped down, while the strength of feeling across the country was emphasised after 200,000 people signed an online petition against the deal.

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