How Did European Stocks Close?
Jun 28, 2018
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European stocks finished broadly lower with the Euro Stoxx 600 -0.82%, the FTSE 100 -0.08%, the DAX -1.39%, and the CAC 40 -0.97%. Periphery markets were negative as well with Spain’s IBEX -0.72%, Italy’s FTSE MIB -0.58%, Portugal’s PSI 20 -0.67%, and Greece’s ASE -2.59%. The VSTOXX closed 124 basis points, or 7.21%, higher. Yield on the Italian 10-year fell 2.9 basis points to 2.771% while the yield on the UK 10-year is up 1.7 basis points to 1.260%. Against the USD$, the EUR is +0.21%, the GBP -0.18%, and the SEK -0.43%.
*Data in Price Return, Source: Stockdio
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