Aug 21 (Reuters) - Falling commodity prices over the past five weeks have triggered a sharp sector rotation among European stocks, with consumer-related shares among the biggest gainers on hopes of a consumer spending recovery. U.S. crude oil prices have fallen sharply since reaching an all-time high of above $147 barrel in mid-July, to trade at around $116 a barrel on Thursday. Performance of European sector indices since July 14, when oil started to retreat: DJ Stoxx technology index ...
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