David Cameron cancelled speech today, European stocks lower

European shares are expected to open lower on Friday after U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron cancelled a speech set to outline the country’s future within –or without – the European Union.

The FTSE is called down 3 points at 6,129, the German Dax down 12 points at 7,723 and the French CAC down 5 points at 3,739.

European shares closed higher on Thursday as encouraging sales figures from retailers Carrefour and Associated British Foodshelped offset losses in the mining sector.


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