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wndysrf   Tuesday, 12/04/12 08:32:42 PM
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Is Europe and Asia now leading the world markets?

Europe

FTSE




Germany




France




Switzerland




Vienna





Asia

Australia




New Zealand



Hong Kong



Japan



Taiwan



Taiwan



Malaysia



Singapore



India




Americas

Mexico



Brazil



Argentina







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