Stocks stumble as Bund yields hit new low

US and European stocks tumble over Greece finance jitters

FTSE 100 suffers largest drop this month

Financials weigh on benchmark

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IC – April 18 highlights

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Equity investors reject UK election risk

Political stakes are high: so too is faith in UK stocks

Schlumberger shares rise on job cuts

Financials and consumer discretionary stocks weaken

Greek worries hit European financials

Recent highs on region’s stock benchmarks look vulnerable

China equity bull run raises bubble fears

Rally hits fresh seven-year high and shows no sign of fading

Regulators tiptoe around telecoms mergers

Authorities are strangely acquiescent over collapsing competition

Bund yields hit low as Greek debt plunges

Shanghai stocks surge to fresh seven-year high

Goldman regains swagger of bygone era

Return on equity of 14.7% was best performance in 18 quarters

Poll result doubts rock investor sentiment

UK currency markets see increased volatility

Confetti and bells herald US equity listings

Solid price gains reward Etsy, Party City and Virtu IPOs

Meggitt ‘too expensive to buy’ hits price

FTSE 100 fell 0.5% or 36.33 points to 7,060.45

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SanDisk slips on missed forecasts

US stocks trade modestly lower

UK equity investors skip ahead regardless

FTSE 250 at record high as markets appear undaunted by politics

BlackRock stems active fund outflows

Recovery in investor interest in European markets

Greek bond yields march higher

Fading hopes for debt rescheduling stalk Athens markets

Diageo nursing emerging markets headache

Developing market headwinds continue to take toll

Equity bulls undaunted by global data setbacks

Dollar trading choppy while Bund yields hit fresh low

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