European Stocks Down Across the Board

March 2nd, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Every major European bourse was down Wednesday, March 2.  Most of the declines were moderate.  Only Stockholm (-1.1%) had losses as large as 1%.  Brussels was down 0.9%.

Follow up:

The remaining eight markets had losses ranging from 0.4% (Oslo, Genevea and London) to o.8% (Paris).  Continued high oil prices was blamed as the biggest factor in the decline. 

Source:  Yahoo Finance and GEI  

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