European shares declined for a fourth day as Japanese machinery orders tumbled the most in a decade and Spanish bonds dropped before euro-area finance ministers meet in Brussels.
In Dublin, the ISEQ index was unchanged, with Irish Life & Permanent, Providence Resources and Petroneft the main risers. The biggest fallers were Aminex, Kenmare Resources and AIB.
In London, the FTSE was down 0.6 per cent, while in Paris, the CAC was down 0.4 per cent....
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