By Marcus Leach
Friday saw a degree of stability return to European shares after the dramatic falls on Thursday.
The main markets in Germany, France and the UK were all up by almost 1% after a drop of 5% on Thursday following the Federal Reserve's announcement on the US economy.
That was compounded by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) claiming the global economy was entering 'a dangerous phase'.
World Bank president Robert Zoellick said separately he thought the world was in a "danger zone".
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