Shanghai Pares Its Losses, London Heads Higher

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Photo: Shard London Bridge

After some initial turbulence last night, world markets settled down.After initially falling 1.8%, Shanghai dropped only 0.7%.

In London, the FTSE is up about .4%.

The Euro-wide Stoxx index is up modestly, as are S&P futures.

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