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In the red zone are traded Wednesday on the European stock markets. Indices are down over 5 consecutive days. The reasons for this: Greece is once again on the verge of default and exit from the euro area, the threat of a "financial cliff" in the U.S., and a weak corporate reporting European companies.
FTSE 100 5,756.27 -29.98 -0.52%
CAC 40 3,423.74 -6.86 -0.20%
DAX 7,158.11 -11.01 -0.15%
The value of shares Electricite de France SA (EDF) dropped 1.3%. The company has reduced targets for the development of nuclear power for the second time in a year.
Capitalization brokerage ICAP fell 7.2% as of lposle ICAP pretax profit for the first finpolugodiya fallen by 26% - up to 137 million pounds ($ 217 million). The company expects annual profit at the lower boundary in the projected range 300-332 million pounds.
Mediaset shares lost 4.1% in value. Mediaset net loss in the third quarter was 88.4 million euros, compared with a net profit of 1.4 million euros in the same quarter a year earlier.
Quotes Vivendi rose by 1.3% due to lower profits for the second quarter by 2.6% in annual terms - up to 665 million euros compared to the forecast of the market in 598 million euros.
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