BBC Facebook Commenter Gets Trolled By Corporation's Own Account

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30/06/2016 08:31 | Updated 30 June 2016

The comments section of Facebook provides an opportunity for readers to have their own say on the big news stories of the day.

Take these nuggets of genuinely insightful input on a BBC story about yesterday's rise in the FTSE 100...


But not everyone gets it right, as demonstrated by this gentleman (if it's deleted a screengrab can be found at the end of this article).

And the BBC wasn't having any of it...

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The London’s FTSE 100 Index has wiped out losses seen in the savage two-day Brexit rout after surging another 3.6% amid a global stock market fight-back.

The top flight returned to its pre-Brexit high amid hopes that Britain’s EU exit will be some way off, jumping 219.7 points to 6360.1, meaning it has now clawed back nearly £100 billion lost in the immediate aftermath of Brexit.

The pound also continued to rally, rising two cents against the US dollar at 1.35, just days after hitting its lowest level since 1985, while the pound also lifted nearly two cents to 1.22 euros.

The market gains follow a near-160 point rise on the FTSE 100 on Tuesday, with equities worldwide rallying strongly in a post-Brexit bounce back.

Oil prices also leapt back towards 50 US dollars a barrel in a further sign of market confidence, with Brent crude up 2.6% at 49.95.

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