Trader Kenneth Polcari works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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European shares dropped to one-week lows Tuesday as mounting geopolitical tensions following the downing of a Russian warplane near the Syrian border pushed investors out of risky assets like equities.Zodiac shares fell as much as 13.6 percent after the aerospace supplier posted a 44.6 percent drop in core annual earnings following production delays at its troubled aircraft seats division.Telecoms group Altice tumbled 9.3 percent as Next Alt, owner Patrick Drahi's personal holding, said it wanted to exercise a right to sell 7.5 percent of Altice's shares.On the positive side, Volkswagen rose 5.5 percent after its CEO said late Monday that the steps needed to fix about 8.5 million Volkswagen cars in Europe fitted with illegal emissions-control software were technically and financially manageable.
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