European stocks pared some losses to close higher on Thursday, after falling when the Bank of England surprised markets by holding rather than cutting interest rates. » Read More
European stocks finished mostly lower on Monday as investors digested a fall in oil prices, mixed data out of the euro zone and the prospect of a U.S. rate hike in June.
European stocks closed higher, as Wall Street rose after falling earlier in the week on renewed concerns the Fed would raise interest rates in the near-term.
European indexes closed mostly higher as investors reacted to volatile oil markets and awaited the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting.
European stocks finished in negative territory on Tuesday with major benchmarks dragged lower by the autos industr
European markets finished in the red on Thursday, as a renewed decline in oil prices, a sharp fall in miners and mixed earnings capped gains in the region.
Europe closed mostly lower on Wednesday, as mixed earnings and weakness in banks weighed on sentiment, despite gains in commodities.
European equities ended higher on Tuesday, as sentiment was lifted by a handful of positive earnings and a sharp tick-up in commodity stocks and prices.
European stocks finished mixed on Monday, as investors tried to shake off the sharp fall in oil prices and mining stocks.
European stocks closed in the red on Friday as the latest U.S. jobs data came in below expectations and a fall in commodities weighed on sentiment.
European markets ended sharply lower on Tuesday as earnings from major banks disappointed, and a sharp decline in mining stocks weighed.
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European stocks finished mixed on Thursday as markets eyed the rebound in oil prices, after digesting earnings and the latest central bank decisions.
European equities finished mixed as investors digested a whole raft of new earnings, ahead of a number of important central bank meetings this week.
European stocks ended trade in the red, amid weak sentiment across the globe, as a sharp decline in mining stocks weighed on the wider benchmarks.
European stocks finished in negative territory on Friday as sharp losses in the autos and basic resources sectors dragged the wider benchmarks lower.
European markets finished in negative territory after the ECB held its key interest rates unchanged and following a slew of disappointing earnings.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday, as crude oil prices pared losses.
European stocks accelerated gains at the end of Tuesday's session to close higher, as investors cheered on the rally in commodity prices.
European markets ended mostly higher on Monday as a recovery in oil prices and a rally in Italian banks, boosted sentiment.
European equities closed in the red on Thursday, as investors digested the latest set of minutes from the European Central Bank.