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European stocks fell to a two-week low amid speculation about the timing of a US interest rate increase and this week’s vote on Scottish independence.

16th September, 2014
In Dublin, the Iseq was down 0.7%

European stocks fell to a two-week low amid speculation about the timing of a US interest rate increase and this week’s vote on Scottish independence.

A YouGov poll for the Sunday Times showed a majority of voters in Scotland in favour of breaking away from the UK, as party leaders headed north to make their final pleas to voters to keep the union in tact.

In the US, the Fed is assessing the...

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