European shares slide on tighter monetary policy fears By Reuters
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(Reuters) – European shares slipped on Tuesday as optimism around China’s gradual reopening faded with investors worried about the impact to global economic growth from aggressive monetary policy tightening.
Australia’s central bank raised interest rates by the most in 22 years and flagged more tightening to come as investors keep an eye out for a European Central Bank meeting this week and US inflation data.
The pan-European index fell 0.4% by 0709 GMT.
Tech stocks led declines, down 0.7%, tracking a slide in US peers overnight. French software maker Dassault Systemes was at the bottom of the STOXX 600 after a brokerage downgraded the company’s shares.
London’s was flat as the pound slide. [GBP/]
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived a no-confidence vote on Monday and set out a raft of new policies as he seeks to shore up his position among senior ministers.
SAS government said 11.5% after the Swedish government it will not inject capital into the loss-making airline and does not aim to be a long-term shareholder in the company.