European Stocks Continue Decline - Except Oslo

March 16th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  European stocks had another bad day Wednesday continuing, but not quite equaling, the Black Tuesday declines from the day before.  Only Oslo (from oil exporting Norway) showed a gain, up 0.7%.

Follow up:

Five of the ten major stock markets had losses 1.7% or greater.  Both Madrid and Paris fell by 2.3%, while Frankfurt was down 2%.  London and Brussels each declined 1.7%.  The strongest market after Oslo was Vienna at -0.3%.

Sources:  Yahoo Finance and Bolsa de Madrid









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