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NEW YORK Nov 30 U.S.-listed shares of overseas
companies fell on Tuesday as euro zone debt worries rose, with
Standard & Poor's putting Portugal on review for a possible
The worries pressured many of the region's companies.
Shares of Portugal Telecom PT.N slipped 2.4 percent to
$12.77, while shares of Allied Irish Bank (AIB.N) fell 5.4
percent to $0.94.
The declines come just days after Europe approved an 85
billion euro ($111.7 billion) emergency aid package for
Worries about potential problems in other countries
including Portugal and Spain kept mounted after the news.
Besides putting Portugal on review for a possible
downgrade, S&P's Ratings Services said it believed a possible
downgrade of Portugal could have a negative impact on five
Portuguese banks, including Banco Espirito Santo (BKESY.PK).
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The BNY Mellon index of leading American Depositary
Receipts (ADRs) .BKADR fell 1.2 percent while the U.S.
benchmark S&P 500 index .SPX was down 0.6 percent.
The BNY Mellon index of leading Asian ADRs .BKAS dropped
The BNY Mellon index of leading European ADRs .BKEUR was
down 1.5 percent, while receipts with the BNY Mellon index of
leading Latin American ADRs .BKLA were down 0.6 percent.
Shares of Mexico's America Movil (AMX.N) fell 0.1 percent
to $56.46. The cell phone company may be interested in buying a
stake in Serbia's state phone company Telekom Srbija.
(Editing by Kenneth Barry)