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ADVFN III Evening Euro Markets Bulletin -October 4, 2012-.

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ADVFN I I I Evening Euro Markets Bulletin   Daily world financial news Friday, 05 October 2012 London Market Report FTSE 100 Euronext Dax perf CAC 40 Please click on the images to view our interactive charts Miners surge after US jobs figures beat forecasts Market Movers techMARK 2,161.02 +0.47% FTSE 100 5,871.02 +0.74% FTSE 250 12,061.35 +0.89% The FTSE 100 index finished the day with decent gains on Friday as some better-than-expected employment figures from the US lifted sentiment late on. “A firmer but fairly lacklustre morning in Europe was given fresh impetus this afternoon after the US September employment report, saw the unemployment rate slide under eight per cent for the first time since Obama became President,” said market analyst Michael Hewson from CMC Markets. US non-farm payrolls increased by 114,000 in September, ahead of the previous gain of 96,000 and the 111,000 rise expected by analysts. Th

ADVFN III Evening Euro Markets Bulletin -October 4, 2012-.

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ADVFN I I I Evening Euro Markets Bulletin Daily world financial news Thursday, 04 October 2012 London Market Report FTSE 100 Euronext Dax perf CAC 40 Please click on the images to view our interactive charts Stocks end flat after BoE and ECB decisions Market Movers techMARK 2,150.84 +0.40% FTSE 100 5,827.78 +0.03% FTSE 250 11,954.42 +0.69% The Footsie swung between gains and losses for most of Thursday’s session but finished the day broadly flat following a busy day on the global economic calendar, which saw policy decisions in the UK and Europe, a news conference with Mario Draghi and some better-than-expected economic figures from the US. At midday, the Bank of England ’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) maintained the Bank Rate at 0.5% and the asset purchase programme at £375bn. The decision was more or less as expected, though many analysts are expecting the Bank to embark on further easing and possibly a rate cut in Novem