European Stocks Stage Strong Recovery for the Week

March 26th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Portugal may be in crisis, Libya may be in a protracted state of civil war with NATO involvement, Japan may still have an uncertain recovery path from the earthquake/tsunami disaster and oil may still be at cycle high prices, but all was well with European stocks this week.  Oslo, which had only declined a little more than 1% over the preceding three weeks as the other borses fell 5-10%, had the smallest advance for the week ending March 25:  2.5%.  Other markets advanced 3.3% to 4.3%.  The data for the week:

Follow up:

European stocks ytd 3-25-2011

Source:  Yahoo Finance 

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