European Stocks Down Again Monday

March 14th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Madrid swam against the tide today (Monday, March 14), ending the day ahead by 0.3%.  The other ten major stock markets in Europe recorded declines, five by more than 1%.  The next two strongest markets after Madrid were Brussels (-0.3%) and Amsterdam (-0.8%).

Follow up:

The seven largest losses were Vienna and Franfurt, losing 1.7% each, Paris and Geneva, losing 1.3% each, Stockholm (-1.1%), and London and Oslo, losing 0.9% each.  

Sources:  Yahoo Finance and Bolsa de Madrid

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