Sanction worries weigh on European shares – Reuters.com


REUTERS/StaffRegister now for FREE unrestricted access to Reuters.comRegisterSTOXX 600 breaks three-day winning streakAlmost all significant sectors in the redU.S., EU all set with more sanctions on RussiaSiemens Gamesa topples as turbine parts fall into the seaApril 6 (Reuters) – European shares fell practically 2% on Wednesday, as investors grappled with the twin concerns of aggressive U.S. interest rate treks potentially harming development and more Western sanctions on Russia further stoking inflation.Breaking a three-day winning streak, the pan-European STOXX 600 index (. FCHI) falling 2.2% after marking their worst session in almost a month on Tuesday.President Emmanuel Macron would beat Marine Le Pen in Frances governmental election, leading the very first round on April 10 and winning later on April 24, a survey revealed, though Le Pen has acquired ground in recent weeks. Shares of Siemens Gamesa (SGREN.MC), another wind turbine maker, dropped 6.2% on reports that turbine parts fell into a sea at a wind farm in Denmark.

REUTERS/StaffRegister now for FREE unrestricted access to Reuters.comRegisterSTOXX 600 breaks three-day winning streakAlmost all significant sectors in the redU.S., EU ready with more sanctions on RussiaSiemens Gamesa tumbles as turbine parts fall into the seaApril 6 (Reuters) – European shares fell nearly 2% on Wednesday, as financiers grappled with the twin concerns of aggressive U.S. interest rate hikes possibly hurting growth and more Western sanctions on Russia further stoking inflation.Breaking a three-day winning streak, the pan-European STOXX 600 index (. FCHI) falling 2.2% after marking their worst session in nearly a month on Tuesday.President Emmanuel Macron would beat Marine Le Pen in Frances governmental election, leading the first round on April 10 and winning later on April 24, a poll revealed, though Le Pen has actually acquired ground in current weeks. Shares of Siemens Gamesa (SGREN.MC), another wind turbine maker, dropped 6.2% on reports that turbine parts fell into a sea at a wind farm in Denmark.


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