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Global Gauge Of Stocks Is Flat After Hitting Six Month High

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According to Reuters, a global gauge of stocks is flat after hitting a six-month high. On April 8th, MSCI's world stock index was held in the balance of losses on equity markets and gains for crude oil. In Europe, the FTSEurofirst 300 index fell two-tenths of a percent, but the euro gained four-tenths of a percent against the dollar. On the day, the US dollar index lost three-tenths of a percent, in line with the markets on Wall Street.

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