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European markets reduce as China-US trade tensions intensify

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European markets traded reduce Monday after President Donald Trump announced new tariffs opposite China.

Not a Scientific Survey. Results might not sum 100% due to rounding.

In a U.K., new forecasts from a British Chamber of Commerce showed Monday that a economy is on lane to grow during a weakest rate given 2009, Reuters reported. This is due to a preference to leave a European Union, aloft oil prices and concerns over a trade war.

In terms of data, Italian change trade numbers showed a trade over-abundance of 2.9 billion euros in April, down from 3.693 billion a year ago.

And in terms of events, European executive bankers are due to accommodate in Sintra, Portugal, for a European Central Bank Forum, where President Draghi is due to speak.

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