A New Economy Effect in Europe?

While U.S. stock prices seesaw, the Continent's exchanges could be poised for a turnaround this year

These past months have not been great for stock markets around the globe. Affected by tremors on the Nasdaq, most European markets posted negative results for 2000. From mid-January, 2000, to the same period this year, the Paris Bourse eked out a 3% gain, but the London Stock Exchange lost 5%, and Germany's star stocks lost 6%.

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