Share report: European shares continue to drop

Most European stocks continued to fall from a 10-week high as data showed that Japan’s economy grew less than forecast in the last quarter.

12th August, 2013
European stock prices fell in response to data showing Japan's economy grew less than expected in the last quarter.

Most European stocks continued to fall slightly from a 10-week high as data showed that Japan’s economy grew less than forecast in the last quarter.

In the United States, Standard & Poor’s posted its worst weekly loss since June.

In Dublin, the ISEQ was down 0.7 per cent, while London’s FTSE 100 was down 0.1 per cent. Germany’s DAX was up 0.25 per cent and the CAC in France was down...

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