Europe Stocks End Mostly Higher
European markets finished mixed, but mostly higher on Tuesday. In London, the Financial Times-Stock Exchange 100 index was down 21.3 points on profit taking, or 0.50%, at 4,250.80. A Bank of England economist warned the Monetary Policy Committee to be alert to surging household debt, and rising asset prices when setting interest rates, reports S&P's Marketscope.
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