LONDON — Europe’s markets all registered losses Monday morning, on the back of yet more falls for Chinese stocks, with investors still concerned about the country’s slowing growth.

The FTSE 100 in London dipped 2.8 percent to 6,014.40, followed by the CAC 40 in Paris and the DAX in Frankfurt: Both were down 2.7 percent, to 4,504.92 and to 9,847.81 respectively. The FTSE MIB in Milan lost 2.6 percent to 21,171.68.

Those falls followed significant losses in Asia’s markets. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index closed down 8.5 percent to 3,209.91, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index lost 5.2 percent to 21,171.68 and the Nikkei 225 in Tokyo fell 4.6 percent to 18,540.68.

Fashion, luxury and retail stocks were also largely down.

Those that lost the most included Safilo Group, 4.8 percent to 9.84 euros; MySale Group, 6.9 percent to 0.47 pounds; Yoox Group, 4.6 percent to 26.14 euros; and Salvatore Ferragamo, 4.6 percent to 24.45 euros.

The few fashion stocks that notched gains were Italia Independent, 2.2 percent to 31.26 euros; French Connection, 2.3 percent to 0.27 pounds; and Mulberry, 1.4 percent to 9.13 pounds.

At 11:23 a.m. CET, the euro traded for $1.14, while the pound went for $1.57.

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