US shares follow European lead downwards

US stocks fell last night, following the worst week since 2012 for benchmark indexes, as concern over Federal Reserve plans to cut stimulus and an economic slowdown in China tempered gains in industrial shares.

28th January, 2014
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US stocks fell last night, following the worst week since 2012 for benchmark indexes, as concern over Federal Reserve plans to cut stimulus and an economic slowdown in China tempered gains in industrial shares.

The fall at the close across the Atlantic echoed earlier falls in Europe. Details of how Irish and European markets fared can be found in yesterday evenings markets report here.

But in New York, the Dow Jones was down 0.3 per cent,...

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