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The markets got off to a rocky start last week as investors reacted to surprisingly weak pre-Easter US jobs figures.

14th April, 2012
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The markets got off to a rocky start last week as investors reacted first to surprisingly weak pre-Easter US jobs figures and then to new fears that Spain could be the next euro zone country to need a bailout.

Equities fell across the globe on Tuesday as Europe returned from the holiday weekend to fresh concerns that Spain's new government would not be able to implement the €27 billion in cuts it needs to put...

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