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European stocks were lower at lunchtime on Friday as investors fretted about share overvaluations and Covid vaccine supplies on the Continent, after a week in which a web-inspired group of small investors took on large US hedge funds.
European stocks fell sharply at the opening on Friday, after falls on Wall Street overnight in a week that saw small investors take on large US hedge funds and worries about vaccine rollouts on the Continent.
Real estate firm CLS Holdings said it had bought three office buildings in Düsseldorf, Berlin and Hamburg for €89. 7m million from Commodus Real Estate.
Specialist lender Paragon Bank reported a fall in first quarter lending volumes as Covid-19 lockdowns stalled house sales, but said it expected a pickup as buyers rushed to complete purchases ahead of the end of the stamp duty holiday in March.