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European stocks were little changed, after yesterday’s decline, as investors weighed the outlook for monetary stimulus after U.S. lawmakers agreed on a budget deal.

11th December, 2013
In Dublin, the Iseq index was down 0.2 per cent.

European stocks were little changed, after yesterday’s decline, as investors weighed the outlook for monetary stimulus after U.S. lawmakers agreed on a budget deal.

Royal Bank of Scotland lost 1.7 per cent as Nathan Bostock resigned after two months as chief financial officer.

“The budget deal itself is at best a signal that we won’t shut the government down hopefully at the start of the new year,” said Alexander Friedman, chief investment officer...

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