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    London stock market fell on the 30th

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    London, August 30 The 100-stock average price index of the “Financial Times” stock market in London, England, closed at 7361.63 points on the 30th, down 65.68 points or 0.88% from the previous trading day. The three major European stock indexes were mixed on the day.

    In terms of individual stocks, service stocks led the gains among the constituent stocks of the London stock market that day. The top five stocks that rose were: packaging company David Solomon Smith rose 2.84%, veterinary products Shares of company Declare Pharmaceuticals rose 2.67%, sports betting company Entain rose 2.61%, paper packaging company Smurphy Kapa Group rose 2.43%, and John David Sportswear rose 2.42%.

    Resource stocks led the decline in the London stock market that day. The top five stocks that fell were: mining company Endeavour Mining shares fell 6.90%, British natural gas supplier Centrica Group shares Down 6.59%, supply chain service provider Bunzl fell 6.13%, mining company Antofagasta fell 5.62%, and precious metals producer Fresnillo fell 5.08%.

    In terms of the other two major stock indexes in Europe, the CAC40 index of the French Paris stock market closed at 6210.22 points, down 12.06 points or 0.19% from the previous trading day; the German Frankfurt stock market DAX index closed at 6210.22 points 12961.14 points, an increase of 68.15 points or 0.53% over the previous trading day.

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