Markets fall on bad EU news (1 year and 10 months ago)

Jun 1, 2012

All the major stock markets fell today on the less than expected nonfarm payroll in the USA which saw unemployment drop to 8.2%. 69,000 jobs were created and investors were expecting 150,000 this led to a drop... full story

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