European stock markets open lower after Asia losses

(AGI) Rome, Sept 22 - European stock markets opened lower onMonday in the wake of poor performances on Asia's markets.Investors were concerned about the slowdown in China's economyand a warning from the G20 meeting in Cairns. Finance ministerspromised funds for investments and jobs, but pointed out therisks for global markets from deflation in the eurozone.Frankfurt's DAX index fell 0.38 percent to 9,762.19 points,Milan's FTSE MIB 0.62 percent to 20,843.90 points, the ParisCAC 40 0.3 percent to 4,447.80 points, London's FTSE 100 0.52percent to 6,802.01 points and Madrid's IBEX 0.43 percent to

(AGI) Rome, Sept 22 - European stock markets opened lower onMonday in the wake of poor performances on Asia's markets.Investors were concerned about the slowdown in China's economyand a warning from the G20 meeting in Cairns. Finance ministerspromised funds for investments and jobs, but pointed out therisks for global markets from deflation in the eurozone.Frankfurt's DAX index fell 0.38 percent to 9,762.19 points,Milan's FTSE MIB 0.62 percent to 20,843.90 points, the ParisCAC 40 0.3 percent to 4,447.80 points, London's FTSE 100 0.52percent to 6,802.01 points and Madrid's IBEX 0.43 percent to10,953.5 points. (AGI) . .