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Europes stock markets have diverged as traders fretted over weak eurozone manufacturing data before an interest rate decision from the European Central Bank ECB.



In late morning deals on Thursday, Londons FTSE 100 index of top companies slid 0.17 per cent to 6,440.20 points.



In Paris the CAC 40 lost 0.25 per cent to 3,847.05, whi mens outlet stores online le Frankfurts DAX 30 added 0.25 per cent to 7,933.41 points as the two markets reopened following Wednesdays public holiday.



In foreign exchange activity, the European single currency rallied to a nineweek peak at $US1.3243 on hopes of an ECB rate cut.



Ahead of the rate call, markets digested news that activity among eurozone manufacturers fell at the fastest pace in four months in April.



The Markit Eurozone Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index fell to 46.7 points in April from 46.8 points in March. The data is based on a poll of manufacturing executives.



The April outcome left the indicator below the 50points boombust line, but beat market expectations for a reading of 46.5 according to Dow Jones Newswires.



Eurozone PMI manufacturing for April came in a broadly in line with expectations . but still the lowest reading since late 2012, added Siddiqi.



The manufacturing sector is still in contraction zone, unemployment levels are at record highs and austerity is crippling the eurozone.



Markets briefly aimed higher after the data but reversed course as ECB jitters set in.



European stocks edged higher after the May bank holiday break as PMI readings across the continent exceeded market expectations, added CMC Markets analyst Matt Basi.



Traders quickly reversed the gains as nervousness over the ECB rate decision took hold.



Traders seem optimistic about a quarterpoint cut, though many economists have called into question the effectiveness of such a move with banks seemingly unwilling to lend.



The euro later stood at $US1.3170, down from $US1.3180 in New York late on Wednesday. On the London Bullion Market, gold rose to $US1,455.20 an ounce from $US1,454.75.



Asian equities slid on Thursday after US stocks tumbled on weak employment and manufacturing data.



US markets fell following the release of separate reports showing that job growth eased to its slowest pace in seven months in April and that manufacturing activity had slowed sharply in the same month.



Wall Street also took a knock after the Federal Reserve gave a tepid economic outlook at the close of its twoday monetary policy meeting.



New Yorks Dow Jones index lost 0.94 per cent, the S 500 fell 0.93 per cent and the Nasdaq sank 0.89 per cent.



The central bank also kept its $US85 billion $A83.07 billion a month bondbuying program in place but left the door open to step up bond purchases if the economy slowed under the governments severe seque mens outlet stores online ster spending cuts.



Markets were hoping that the run of disappointing US eco mens outlet stores online nomic data would be addressed with some nudge towards looser policy, said Capital Spreads dealer Jonathan Sudaria.



He added: With no ramping up of stimulus on the way immediately, US markets figured that the economy would need to deteriorate further before the Fed steps in to help out and edged lower accordingly. mens outlet stores online

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