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European markets came under pressure Monday to close lower, as Spanish stocks and oil prices took a tumble.
European markets closed lower on Friday as the sharp rally from the day before lost steam and investors remained cautious on the price of oil.
European markets held onto gains on Wednesday ahead of a widely-expected interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
European equities closed sharply lower on Monday as oil and commodities continued to slide, while investors looked ahead to a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting this week.
European markets closed sharply lower on Friday as investor sentiment was curbed by more declines in the oil price.
European equities closed mixed on Thursday as investors eyed the continued rout in oil prices and other commodities.
European markets ended mixed to slightly lower on Wednesday as investors tried to digest what was happening with commodities.
Asian equities ended lower on Wednesday as major markets such as Japan and China released economic data.
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European equities ended sharply in negative territory after a volatile day for oil prices and miners.
Mining stocks suffered from relentless selling on Tuesday, with Anglo American tumbling over 11 percent to a fresh record low.
European markets climbed off session lows to close slightly lower as investors reacted to a fresh jobs report from the U.S. and OPEC.
European equities closed sharply lower Thursday after investors were left disappointed by the measures announced by the ECB.
European equities closed the session mixed Wednesday as investors digested inflation numbers and contemplated the possibility of further stimulus.
European equities closed Monday trade in mixed territory as a jump in oil prices boosted sentiment, at the start of an important week for markets and central banks.
European equities closed lower on Friday as investors reacted to sharp falls in China's stock markets.
Chinese stocks posted their worst weekly performance since August on Friday, with major indices tumbling in excess of 5 percent.
European equities closed firmly in positive territory on Wednesday after some encouraging corporate results helped lift sentiment.
European equities pared losses but still traded lower on Monday with investors reacting to price fluctuations in the oil market.