字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント It is over! The six day rise of European stocks, the longest since July has ended. It peaked the Stoxx 600 39 minutes after the session begun and then it was downhill all the way. Investors are pondering their next move in U.S. interest rates and hoping for more stimulus from China. The FTSE 100, snapping its eight day winning streak, mining shares ending their longest run since 2000. Before today, they rose for nine consecutive days and added 26%, or 45 billion Euros of value. It's over, I can say that many many times today. Those are the big moving shares in Europe today. RWE, earlier, up as much as 15%, the biggest increase since 2008. The German government announcing the industry has enough funds to pay for the shutdown and cleanup of its nuclear power plants. A huge sigh of relief for RWE and E.on investors. Glencore down by 6% today, it's in talks to sell two copper mines in Chile and Australia, after approach from buyers Citigroup and UBS says they could fetch as much as a billion dollars. SABMiller down by 1.3%. AB InBev proposing a new offer, 43.50 pounds versus 42.15 pounds, well below the offer price. What does that tell us? Investors still don't think it's gonna happen. That's it from me.