who was interviewed regarding the investment strategies at his . Paris, March 6 .- The main investment portfolio European stock markets today closed its operations this week with losses, discouraged by the data on unemployment in the United States, which rose to 8.1 percent in investors February. With the exception of the PSI-20 family of funds in Lisbon NYSE and London FSTE-100, which fund management will close with marginal increases of 0.48 and 0.02 percent respectively, the other indicators closed with losses led by MIBTEL of Milan, which fell 3.87 funds percent.
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