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European stocks rose the most in six weeks as data from the United States showed housing and industrial activity increased in March.

16th April, 2014
In Dublin, the Iseq was up 1.6%

European stocks rose the most in six weeks as data from the United States showed housing and industrial activity increased in March.

US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen is expected to address the Economic Club of New York after the close of the European markets.

In China, new data showed that growth in the first quarter was faster than economists’ estimates, while industrial output missed earlier projections.

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