Tuesday, July 10, 2012

European stocks close higher despite late fade  de  fr  it  nl  da  et  pt  sl

European markets gave back some of their earlier gains Tuesday with U.S. stocks mixed as enthusiasm about prospects for resolving Spain's banking crisis faded — and the euro again plumbed year lows against the dollar.

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Keywords: United states, Germany / Dow Jones, Wall Street / earnings, stocks, points, shares, quarter, percent, fell, growth, bank

Start date: Monday, July 9, 2012

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