LONDON (Reuters) – European shares fell sharply as well as the euro hit a two-month low about Friday, because weak financial information from Italy, France plus Britain put into concerns regarding imminent U.S. spending cuts plus political stalemate inside Rome. Wall Street was additionally expected to open lower because investors waited for U.S. government budget cuts due to take impact at the finish of your day, as well as for a flurry of modern information that will assist gauge the temperature of the world's largest economy. New surveys from Europe hit trader self-confidence. …
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