Stocks Decline as Burberry Slides; Euro Gains

European stocks fell for a second day, led by luxury goods companies as Burberry Group Plc said profit will be at the lower end of estimates. The euro gained after a German court said it won’t delay a decision tomorrow on the country’s role in a bailout fund.

Dino Kos: Fed Trying to Manage Message of Tightening
58:20 - Dino Kos, executive vice president at CLS Group, previews today's Federal Reserve rate decision and looks at what sets the Fed apart from other central banks. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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