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European Markets Advance Amid Stimulus Speculation from China

European Markets Advance Amid Stimulus Speculation from China

European markets rose for second consecutive trading day, led by an unexpected fall in Chinese manufacturing data which raises investor's hope that government may announce another stimulus. However the data has created hardly any impact on Asian as well as US future markets which remained unchanged after the news pop up. Among mining gainers, the biggest mining company of the world, BHP Billiton Ltd. (BHP) scaled 1.8% higher as copper gained. Out of top gainers, Davide Campari-Milano SpA (CPR) climbed 5.8% as they decided to buy the Jamaican maker of Appleton rum, Lascelles deMercado & Co.

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European Markets Crumpled – Sinister yet again

Italy drops tax on high earners

Bad news spread fast. It was pitch-black expedition with red tickers rolling out in all European stock markets right through Thursday, September 22, 2011. Major of those bunged more than 4% down. With 4.7% FTSE 100 of Britain went kaput, DAX of Germany was knocked down by 5%, whereas France’s CAC 40 tumbled 5.3% citing uppermost of that among its next of kin.

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Markets end week on low note

Markets end week on low note

Key European stock markets clogged lower on Friday, ending yet another unstable week. Continual worries about a downturn in the worldwide economy and soaring levels of debt in the eurozone had obsessed indexes lesser for much of the day.

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Bad day end for Europe, What’s next?

Bad day for europe what next

It was seriously a bad day out there in the European stock markets with just red tickers rolling on all over the place. The downgrading of US economy from S&P is the actual reason behind this downfall. In first few hours of trade, FTSE, CAC and DAX had started lower and fell to around 2 percent each. But as soon as US markets opened and began their journey towards the bottom of the ladder, they were hit more which eventually led to a sad closing.

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European Indices opened lower following Global Market cues!

European Indices opened lower following Global Market cues!

It was supposed to happen and no one could stop it! European indices started off weak following the cues from US markets on Friday, August 5 2011 and Asian market fall on Monday, August 8 2011.

The FTSE 100 Index started off flat just 4 points down soon to fall deeper. In few minutes of trade, the index even recovered a bit to touch highs of 5295 points for the day.

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