European stocks declined, after the benchmark index last week rallied to a four and a half year high, after a report showed euro-area industrial production fell more than estimated in January.
In Dublin, the ISEQ index was down 0.3 per cent, despite a report that the National Treasury Management Agency had seen exceptional demand for its 10-year bond sale today.
London’s FTSE fell 1,1 per cent as the Financial Times warned about the prospect of “stagflation”...
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