Europe Markets 8/6/2007

Markets in Europe were off modestly at 5.50 AM New York time.

The FTSE fell .2% to 6,211. Barclays (BCS) was up 2.4% to 594.5. BHP Billiton (BHP) was off 1.4 to 1355. GSK (GSK) was up 1% to 1279.

The DAXX was off a fraction to 7,433. DaimlerChrysler was down 1.2% to 64.69. Siemens (SI) was up 1.1% to 91.94.

The CAC 40 fell .8% to 5,556. Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) was down 3.5% to 8.37. AXA (AXA) was down 1.7% to 28.25.

Data from Reuters

Douglas A. McIntyre

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