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European stocks retreated as investors weighed corporate earnings, and as the US joined Europe in imposing new sanctions on Russia for its role in the insurgency in Ukraine.

30th July, 2014
Dublin's Iseq was down 0.2% on a busy morning for results.

European stocks retreated as investors weighed corporate earnings, and as the US joined Europe in imposing new sanctions on Russia for its role in the insurgency in Ukraine.

London’s FTSE was unchanged, as was the DAX in Frankfurt. In Paris, the CAC was down 0.1 per cent. In Moscow, the Russian MICEX index was up 2.2 per cent.

In Dublin, the Iseq index also fell despite positive results from AIB, Aer Lingus and Smurfit Kappa....

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