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European stocks rose today following their biggest drop in 11 weeks yesterday as investors assessed the euro-area economy and German business confidence fell for a fifth consecutive month.

24th September, 2014
In Dublin, the Iseq was up 0.1%

European stocks rose today following their biggest drop in 11 weeks yesterday as investors assessed the euro-area economy and German business confidence fell for a fifth consecutive month.

German business confidence declined in September, falling to its lowest level in 17 months. The Ifo Institute’s index, which is based on a survey of 7,000 ececutives, fell to 104.7 from 106.3 in August.

Investors have also been weighing data from the US to gauge the strength of the world’s...

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