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"THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - [LONDON] European shares fell on Wednesday, hit by a drop in commodity stocks and banks, while the travel sector came under pressure after the United States issued a travel alert over the possibility of attacks in Europe this summer.. Read more at The Business Times.", www.businesstimes.com.sg
"' LONDON, May 31 — European stocks dipped today, shrugging off an earlier rebound in Asia, as London investors returned to action after a long holiday weekend. The British capital’s main index lost | Money | Malay Mail Online'/", www.themalaymailonline.com
"THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - [LONDON] European shares fell on Tuesday, hit by weakness among banking stocks and Volkswagen, whose shares retreated after the carmaker reported first-quarter earnings.. Read more at The Business Times.", www.businesstimes.com.sg
"LONDON: Britain's top share index edged lower from an earlier one-month high on Tuesday, with mining companies losing ground after metals prices came under pressure from a rise in the dollar.The UK mining index fell 0.8 percent as copper prices declined on a resurgent dollar following increasing expectations of a U.S. interest rate hike.Copper prices remained on track for a more than 7 percent decline in May, the biggest monthly drop since November.St. Louis Federal Reserve President James B", www.brecorder.com
"LONDON: German stocks climbed to their highest in around one month on Monday as investors bet the euro's weakness against the US dollar would help German exporters. The DAX ended up 0.5 percent at 10,333.23 points as the euro fell after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said late on Friday the Fed should raise interest rates `in the coming months` if the economy picks up as expected and jobs continue to be generated. Some analysts said the market would keep a close eye on economic indicator", www.brecorder.com
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