Europe shares fall as damage to the tourism sector of the attack France

European stock markets fell in early trading Friday, with shares of tourism and entertainment companies falling after the attack in the French city of Nice , killing more than 80 people.
And launched an armed heavy truck speeding toward a crowd celebrates French National Day on Thursday evening , including killing at least 84 people and injuring dozens of others in what French President Francois Hollande to the terrorist act.
It fell Stoxx European 600 0.3 percent while coming in France 's CAC 40 0.5 percent.
Shares in the French company Accor to manage the hotels four percent, while shares shares of airlines such as Air France-KLM and EasyJet and a Aa.aah.ja royal British Airways Bnspt ranged between 1.6 percent and 3 percent.
Shares of European companies for luxury goods also fell as Hui Swatch shares 13 percent to its lowest level in six and a half years after the biggest watchmaking company in the world from falling profits in the first half by between 50 and 60 percent warned.
Swatch shares and touched its lowest level since late 2009 after the company said it expects sales drop about 12 percent in the first half due to lower sales in Hong Kong and Europe.
Shares also declined for other companies , where luxury goods Richemont shares fell 3.3 percent, while LVMH shares down 2.5 percent.
And the opening of the British FTSE 100 down 0.3 percent, while Germany 's DAX fell 0.4 percent in early trading.