1. Wide of rain-soaked street
2. Wide people in streets
3. Wide of exterior Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX)
4. Wide of trading floor
5. Wide of traders
6. Close up of women looking at computer screens
7. Wide of television
8. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexei Gerasyuk, MICEX Spokesman:
"Today the federal financial regulator suspended trading on MICEX till 1 pm. - I mean, trading securities. But the futures market, the government securities market is trading in normal mode."
9. Traders behind glass screen
10. Mid of bell
11. Wide interior of Frankfurt stock exchange
12. Close-up of DAX sign on electronic board
13. Mid of display with date, time and change
14. Mid of traders at computers
15. Wide of DAX announcements
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Oliver Roth, Frankfurt Stock Exchange Director of Equities Trading:
"I expect a stabilised market, slightly better I would suggest, and in the late hours, in the late afternoon, we will see the Americans, and wait for them, for the American market. There might be some trouble again, I expect it within the next days. But for today I expect a slightly better market."
17. Various of newspaper headlines
18. Exterior of the stock exchange entrance
19. Close-up of sign reading (German) "Frankfurt stock exchange"
20. SOUNDBITE (German) Umberto Miguel Peres Guevara, 36, Frankfurt resident:
"I think it was predictable. Ten years ago, we invested money in real estate in Spain, and I thought there was a bubble only in Spain, but meanwhile it is a worldwide problem. I've seen this coming for years."
21. SOUNDBITE (German) Robert Halver, 44, Banker:
"No, I am not afraid, but I think that the state and the central banks now have to intervene with determination. We really need to find solutions, that means that the state really has to consider the nationalisation of key banks."
22. Wide exterior of stock exchange with bear and bull statues
Central banks around Europe continued to push cash at markets in an effort to keep the financial sector flush with ready money.
The federal financial regulator again suspended trading on Moscow's stock exchanges on Tuesday, a day after both suffered their biggest-ever one-day losses.
The order postponed the opening of trading until at least 1 pm (0900 GMT), 2.5 hours after the usual opening.
However Russia's stock markets showed gains in early trading following the resumption.
At Germany's key stock exchange in Frankfurt there was some hope that the markets would stabilise after yesterday's falls in the global markets.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is to speak to the German parliament about the financial market crisis on Tuesday.
Merkel has cancelled a previously planned trip to Belgium in order to address the lower house.
Merkel's government on Sunday pledged to guarantee all private bank accounts in Germany.
It also put together a new rescue plan for distressed lender Hypo Real Estate AG, the first German blue-chip company to require a bailout.
Merkel said on Monday that Europeans must be "coherent" in tackling the financial crisis.
While nations struggled individually, the euro gained against dollar on Tuesday, climbing to 1.3577 US dollars as European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet called for calm.
European Union leaders also tried to reassure markets, telling participants they would take "all necessary measures" to keep the financial system stable.
EU finance ministers have been meeting for emergency talks on raising guarantees for private savings across the 27-nation bloc in an attempt at a coordinated response to the global financial crisis.
But the pledge of coordinated steps by EU governments has largely failed to reassure markets so far.
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