Tuesday, September 2, 2014   

European markets dragged by sinking German confidence
(06-24 18:56)

European stock markets fell on Tuesday on news that German business confidence sank to a six-month low in June, dealers said.
London's FTSE 100 index of top companies slipped 0.31 percent to 6,778.96 points in late morning deals in the British capital.
Frankfurt's DAX 30 declined 0.20 percent to 9,902.35 points and the CAC 40 in Paris shed 0.05 percent to 4,513.36 points, compared with Monday's closing levels.
Milan dropped 0.66 percent and Madrid gave up 0.29 percent. --AFP   
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