European stocks were little changed as investors weighed US retail and home-sales data, as well as comments from people familiar with the debate saying the European Central Bank is considering a smaller-than-normal cut in the deposit rate if officials decide to take it negative.
In Dublin, the Iseq index was up 0.5 per cent. London’s FTSE fell 0.3 per cent, while the DAX in Frankfurt was up 0.1 per cent. In Paris, the CAC was...
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