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"Dealers are not showing any major appetite for relatively risky assets like stocks," David Madden, market analyst at CMC Markets U.K., said.Tech stocks were also notable fallers, dropping 1.2 percent to their lowest level since early May.Utilities were the strongest gainers, however, with Italy's state-controlled Enel rising 2.1 percent after Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock to buy. Analysts at the U.S. bank said Enel has the capacity to buy back 10 billion euro worth of shares over the coming years.
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