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European stocks fell for a third day as investors weighed the potential for interest rates to remain low for longer and concerns grew that the global economy is slowing down.

9th October, 2014
In Dublin, the Iseq was down 1.1%

European stocks fell for a third day as investors weighed the potential for interest rates to remain low for longer and concerns grew that the global economy is slowing down.

The International Monetary Fund cut its global growth outlook this week and new data showed that German industrial output contracted the most in more than five years, while France’s trade deficit widened.

Separate data showed German exports also slumped the most since January...

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