Stock markets steady after suicide attack in Brussels

Stock markets steady after suicide attack in Brussels

Global stock markets recovered after initially falling following terrorist attacks in Belgium.

Twin blasts hit Brussels airport early Tuesday. They were followed by an explosion in a subway station in the city.

The blasts killed at least 30 people and wounded 230.

Brussels is the de-facto capital of the European Union. Many European institutions and international companies are based there. The airport has been closed until Wednesday, and train and subway services have been suspended.

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Margareta Stroot, a multi-talented individual, calls Brussels her home. With a unique blend of careers, she balances her time as a part-time journalist and a part-time real estate agent. Margareta's deep-rooted knowledge of the city of Brussels, where she resides, has proven invaluable in both of her roles. Her journalism captures the essence of the city, while her real estate expertise helps others find their perfect homes in the vibrant Belgian capital.

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