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le creuset outlet le creuset outlet ?European stocks wobble on US

Europes main stock markets have wobbled in choppy trading, as dealers digest downbeat Chinese data, mixed signals about the eurozone economy and S raising its outlook for the US economy to stable.

Londons FTSE 100 index of leading shares on Monday slipped 0.18 per cent to 6,400.45 points and Paris CAC 40 dipped 0.21 per cent to 3,864.36 points, but in Frankfurt, the DAX 30 climbed 0.64 per cent to 8,307.69 points.

Weve seen a rather mixed and lethargic session in Europe today as markets struggle for direction after three successive weeks of losses give investors pause for thought with respect to the next likely move, up or down, said CMC Markets analyst Michael Hewson.

Weak Chinese trade data fanned concerns of a slowdown in the worlds No.2 economy.

On Saturday, Beijing reported a sharp slowdown in exports in May from April, while imports unexpectedly dropped owing to weakness in the domestic economy and sluggish demand overseas.

Official data meanwhile showed industrial production, which measures output at the countrys factories and mines, rose at a slower pace than d le creuset outlet uring the previous month while fixed asset investment also came in below expectations.

The news dented the metals and mining sector on Monday because China is a major co le creuset outlet nsumer of raw materials.

In London, the price of shares in global miner Anglo American sank by 2.84 per cent to 1,421.5 pence, while dropped 2.42 per cent to 2,740 pence and BHP Billiton lost 1.39 per cent to 1,807 pence.

In Europe, there was bit of bright news for France, as industrial output rallied sharply by 2.2 per cent in April from March.

And the countrys central bank said the economy is set to eke out 0.1 per cent growth in the second quarter of this year after having entered recession in the first quarter with a 0.2 per cent contraction.
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However, the OECD said its index of leading indicators does not indicate any change in momentum for France.

And in Italy, revised data showed that the countrys economy did worse than thought in the first quarter of this year, shrinking by 0.6 per cent instead of by 0.5 per cent.

Milan shares slumped 0.81 per cent.

US stocks opened higher after Standard Poors raised its outlook on the US from negative to stable.

In midday trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.14 per cent to 15,269.58, while the broadbased S 500 added 0.19 per cent to 1,646.51, and the techrich Nasdaq Composite Index put on 0.39 per cent at 3,469.22 points.

The gains came after S upgraded its outlook on the US, saying there is now less than a oneinthree chance for a ratings downgrade in the near term.

S cited a somewhat improved US political climate following a yearend 2012 fiscalcliff deal and a US economic environment that should lead the country to match or exceed its peers in the coming years.

However the gains proved to be somewhat shortlived as US investors developed the same lethargy that has dogged most of European investors today, said Hewson.

Asian equities rose on Monday despite the poor Chinese data,partly on the back of upwardlyrevised Japanese economic growth figures.

Tokyo rallied 4.94 per cent to 13,514.20 points as the US dollar clawed back some of last weeks losses against the yen.

Revised data showed that Japans economy grew more than expected in the first three months of the year, expanding at an annualised rate of 4.1 per cent, up from 3.5 per cent.

The rise of the Nikkei overnight was in part due to the improvement seen in GDP figures released early into the Asian session, pointing to better than expected growth for the region, added Mahony. le creuset outlet