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European stock markets showed resilience after Paris suffered the region's worst terror attacks in more than a decade, with French equities paring declines.The CAC 40 Index slipped 0.1 percent at 5:35 p.m. in Paris, after trimming a slide of as much as 1.2 percent to briefly climb 0.3 percent. The number of Stoxx 600 shares changing hands was about a fifth lower than the 30-day average today.Its shares lost 4.6 percent, the most among CAC 40 stocks. Air France-KLM Group sunk 5.8 percent, Aeroports de Paris fell 3.9 percent, and Groupe Eurotunnel declined 3.2 percent. The CAC 40 declined 9 percent from April through Friday, though it was still among the best performers in developed markets for the year.
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