The FTSE 100 (FTSEINDICES: ^FTSE) is looking less and less likely to regain the 13-year record of 6,876 points set in May any time soon, extending its gloomy mood with a 13 point drop to 6,668 by early afternoon today. Still, at least it’s a long way from its 52-week low of 5,752 and will hopefully never again fall so low.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about all of the FTSE’s constituents. Here are three from the various indices that are plumbing new depths:
RSA Insurance Group (LSE: RSA) (NASDAQOTH: RSANY.US) shares were doing quite well until…