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European stocks were mixed Monday, while U.S. futures price suggest a weaker open on Wall Street, as investors eye political developments on both sides of the Atlantic and pause amid the recent global market rally.
Britain’s FTSE 100 fell 0.26% in the opening hour of London trading, held down by declines for homebuilding stocks, while benchmarks in Germany and France were little changed from Friday, with the DAX posting a modest 0.06% advance and the CAC-40 dipping 0.05%.
Wall Street futures prices have the Dow Jones Industrial Average priced for a 30-point, or 0.13%, nudge lower at the opening bell, while the broader S&P; 500 could give back around 0.19%, or 5 points, at the opening bell.
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