Scoreboard: Putin power play

Markets on both sides of the Atlantic retreated as sanctions imposed by Russia on the West hit sentiment, while US treasury prices rose as rattled investors sought safe-haven assets.

In US economic data, consumer credit rose by a less-than-expected $17.26 billion to $3.21 trillion in June. Revolving credit, which mostly measures credit-card use, increased only $941.54 million after a downwardly revised $1.74 billion in May -- it was still the fourth consecutive monthly increase. US jobless claims fell by 14,000 to 289,000 last week.


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