London's FTSE 100 share index has fallen by 1.7% on opening, as investors' concern grows over the scale of the eurozone debt crisis. European stock exchanges are expected to have fanother potentially turbulent week as they react to reports of a massive eurozone bailout. Asian shares sunk ahead of European markets opening amid the three trillion-euro (£2.6 trillion) package.
European stock index futures pointed to a lower open as expectations for weak corporate earnings and concerns about Spain's debt crisis keep investors on the back foot after healthy gains in the previous session. ||| London - Europe... Read Post
Stock markets around the world plummeted yesterday as the eurozone debt crisis came roaring back again and fresh doubts about the sustainability of the US recovery gripped investors. The FTSE 100 Index of the UK's leading shares she... Read Post