France’s BNP Paribas (BNPQF) was off by 0.8% and Deutsche Bank (DB) fell 1.6%.US stock futures were lower. On Friday, the Dow dropped 0.8% as investors reacted to the crisis in Turkey, while the S 500 and Nasdaq shed 0.7%.3. Bayer pain: Shares in Bayer dropped 11% in Frankfurt after a US jury awarded $289 million in damages to a former school groundskeeper, ruling that his cancer was caused by popular weedkiller Roundup.Roundup is made by Monsanto, the agricultural company that Bayer (BAYRY) bought earlier this year.Dewayne Johnson’s legal victory could set a massive precedent for thousands of other cases claiming the herbicide causes non Hodgkin’s lymphoma.Before the Bell newsletter: Key market news.
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BEIJING Two surveys show Chinese manufacturing slowed in June as exports weakened, Beijing tightened lending controls and trade tensions with Washington rose.The business magazine Caixin said Monday its monthly purchasing managers index edged down to 51.0 from May 51.1 on a 100 point scale on which numbers above 50 show activity increasing. A separate index released over the weekend by the Chinese government statistics agency declined to 51.5 from May 51.9.Caixin said its survey showed manufacturing improved for a 13th straight month, though exports fell for a third month. It said manufacturers reported employment declined at the fastest rate in 11 months.Exports have shrunk as a share of China economy and contribute less than 1 per cent of annual growth but still support millions of manufacturing jobs.The International Monetary Fund forecasts this year Chinese economic growth to decline from last year 6.9 per cent to a still robust 6.6 per cent.