European stocks continue fall as Milan drops 1. 19 percent

(AGI) Rome, July 21 - European stock markets continued to fallless than an hour into Monday morning's session after theescalation of violence in Ukraine. Investors fear an increaseof of U.S. sanctions on Russia which would hit many Europeancompanies. The worst market performer was Milan, with the FTSEMIB index down 1.19 percent. Frankfurt fell 1.03 percent, Paris0.74 percent, London 0.44 percent and Madrid 0.61 percent . . .

(AGI) Rome, July 21 - European stock markets continued to fallless than an hour into Monday morning's session after theescalation of violence in Ukraine. Investors fear an increaseof of U.S. sanctions on Russia which would hit many Europeancompanies. The worst market performer was Milan, with the FTSEMIB index down 1.19 percent. Frankfurt fell 1.03 percent, Paris0.74 percent, London 0.44 percent and Madrid 0.61 percent . . .