As we head towards midday, things aren't getting any better for Debenhams.
The department store's share price is down 16.9% at 10.63p after it emerged at the weekend that the company has retained KPMG to assess its options - including a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
Meanwhile, the FTSE 100 is trading up 0.23% at 7,294.39.
RBS is leading the risers - up 2.2% at 250.55p - and is closely followed by supermarket group Morrisons which will announce its results for the first six months of its financial year on Thursday.
After strong stock market trading last week on its interim results, Melrose Industries starts the week as the biggest blue chip faller, down 3% at 219.15p.
The FTSE 250 is up 0.12% at 20,234.65 with packaging group RPC leading the way - up 19% at 813.2p - after confirming takeover talks with private equity firms Bain and Apollo.