European Markets Continue Slide for Second Day

January 20th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  European stock markets declined for the second day in a row on Thursday.  After a lackluster several days, European stocks rallied on Tuesday.  They have declined sharply since.

Follow up:

All major markets closed with losses Thursday, led by Vienna (-2.^%), Oslo (-2.1%), London (-1.8%) and Stockholm (-1.6%).

The strongest markets were Paris (-0.3%) and Amsterdam (-0.5%).

Over the last two days, the three largest European bourses all have losses greater than 1%:  London (-3.1%), Frankfurt (-1.7%) and Paris (-1.2%).

Source:  Yahoo Finance    

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