European Stocks Slightly Lower

European Stocks Slightly Lower

Dax : France | Sep 25, 2012 at 1:31 AM PDT
Source: Asian Wall Street Journal
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European stocks opened slightly lower Tuesday, amid worries about Spain and Greece and fears of a global slowdown...Encouraging German consumer confidence figures released early in the European day helped lighten the mood. The forward-looking GfK consumer sentiment index was unchanged at 5.9... FULL ARTICLE AT Asian Wall Street Journal
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