World News: 14:49 GMT Friday 27th June 2014. [Stock Market via SPi World News]
By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Concern about Iraq and Ukraine and subdued economic data left European shares facing their first week of losses since early April on Friday. Fighting between Iraqi forces and insurgents raged in the home town the late dictator Saddam Hussein and Russia warned of "grave consequences" as Ukraine signed a trade and political agreement with the European Union. The uncertainty, along with a run of disappointing data this week, meant that Wall Street was poised for another subdued start and its second week of losses in the last three.
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