European Stocks Racked Up Big Gains Thursday

March 24th, 2011
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Econintersect:   Who is worried about Portugal?  Who is worried about Japan?  Who is worried about rising oil prices?  Certainly not European investors, except maybe for a few in Vienna.  Nine of the ten major stock markets in Europe advanced Thursday (March 24).  Seven gained 1% or more.

Follow up:

Frankfurt led the way with a gain of 1.9%.  London was up 1.5% and Paris 1.4%.  Stockhom added 1.3% and four borses advanved 1%:  Geneva, Amsterdam, Brussels and Madrid.

Oslo was up 0.8%.  Vienna lost 0.3%.

Source:  Yahoo Finance and Bolsa de Madrid 









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