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Review: European stock called lower

European stock markets are expected to open lower on Wednesday as investors are still not ready for the election and geopolitical risks. 

Britain's FTSE 100 index, which survived the great recession after Brexit, once again will be at the center of attention in the market, and is expected to slide around 35 points at the open against the surging pound. The currency has gained more than 2.7% since Prime Minister Theresa May called for an early national election.


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