Post September 11 economy: Sombre European market trading

Post September 11 economy: Sombre European market trading


Analysts unsure of long-term impact of burning TTs on investor confidence

European stock exchanges were in a sombre and cautious mood last Wednesday as global financial markets commemorated the first anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. With business news reduced to a trickle, shares were essentially treading water ahead of Wall Street’s opening as investors worried about the possibility of another round of attacks. Memorial services were set to delay Wall Street’s opening for a...


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