Shoppers walk past House of Fraser on Oxford Street in central London, Britain, April 2, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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European stocks tumbled Tuesday as investors entered the second quarter in a febrile atmosphere of trade tensions and mounting pressure on big technology companies.The index has fallen 8 percent in the past three weeks as anxiety grew over big tech companies with the focus on Facebook's use of data, and regulation of Amazon.Outside the tech sector, food services group Sodexo was the worst-performing on the STOXX, down 3.8 percent after Goldman Sachs cut the stock to "neutral", citing competition and cost inflation.
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