News by: Chris Marshall
Euro adds to yesterday's sharp gains after European Central Bank kept policy unchanged.
Shares move higher ahead of statement by the European Central Bank on interest rates.
FTSE 100 slips lower as caution remains about the fall-out of Russia's aggression towards Ukraine.
FTSE 100 and other European share indices grab back much of yesterday's losses as tensions over Ukraine ease slightly.
Russian shares plunge 10% and the FTSE 100 falls nearly 2% as a sell-off sweeps across Europe.
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