European Stocks Mostly Up (a Little)

March 8th, 2011
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Econintersect:  Seven of the ten major bourses followed by GEI traded within a range from -0.1% (Oslo) to +0.3% (Stockholm).  Two of the other three were up more substantially, Madrid (+0.7%) and Paris (+0.6%).

Follow up:

The only signifcant loss was Vienna, -0.7%.  The firmer stock markets were attributed primarily to easing oil prices.

The gains Tuesday were, on average less than the losses Monday.

Source:  Yahoo Finance and GEI News









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