- European stocks are mostly lower as sentiment is hurt by China's tightening of its cash markets, the negative impact of the strong euro on company earnings and a surprise fall in German business confidence.
- An increase in U.K. economic growth has not been able to totally offset the downbeat mood.
- EU Stoxx 50 -0.3%, London flat, Paris -0.4%, Frankfurt -0.1%, Madrid -0.7%, Milan -1.1%.
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