A new flare-up in the eurozone crisis with the Portuguese government suddenly on shaky ground and a spike in the nation's bond yields helped push European stocks lower Wednesday, with the Stoxx Europe 600 dropping 0.58% to 285.46. U.S. investors hesitated through much of the day, but the market managed to shake off global worries for a modest 0.08% gain in the S&P 500, which closed at 1,615.41. Here is a continuously updated list of global stock indexes.

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