European markets have closed. Global stocks have been weak this morning on reports that yields have increased on Greek bonds, as well as bonds of Portugal, Spain, and Italy.
Stocks were lower in Europe across the board; most major indices (including the FTSE in the UK) are now down 6 days in a row.
In Greece, the Athens Composite Index closed down 3.9 percent, its lowest close since April of last year.
In China, the Shanghai Composite Index closed down 1.1 percent, and is now at its lowest levels since October of last year.
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