European equities finished sharply lower on Tuesday, as volatility in commodity markets weighed on sentiment.
European markets closed lower on Friday in a choppy day of trade as investors reacted to a slide in oil prices and fresh jobs data from the U.S.
European markets ended sharply lower on Thursday as fresh concerns over U.S. rate hikes and losses in commodity markets dragged on sentiment.
European equities finished mixed to lower on Thursday despite a rally in mining stocks and the Federal Reserve signaling fewer rate hikes.
Europe finished higher on Monday shrugging off a sharp dip in oil prices, as investors looked ahead to a raft of central bank meetings.
European equities were higher with investors cheering a rally in oil prices and digesting the aggressive easing measures the ECB announced.
European stocks closed mostly higher on Wednesday, as investors eyed the fluctuation in commodity stocks.
European markets finished mostly in the red on Monday despite a strong recovery in oil prices and mining stocks.
European markets posted strong gains on Tuesday as investors shrugged off a survey showing another slump in China's manufacturing sector.
European equities closed mostly higher on Monday as investors cheered on the jump in oil prices and mining stocks, and shook off China.
European markets finished sharply higher on Friday, buoyed by a rally in mining stocks and oil prices, on top of a positive set of company updates.
A sharp decline in oil and metal prices dragged European equities deep into the red on Tuesday's close, as investors digested earnings and data.
European markets closed mostly lower on Tuesday, as a decline in commodity prices and mixed earnings weighed.
European markets extended gains to close higher Monday, thanks to remarks from ECB head Mario Draghi and a recovery in banks and commodities.
European markets finished sharply higher on Friday as crude oil prices and mining stocks rebounded.
Stocks may continue to retest January's lows Friday, as traders await January retail sales and consumer sentiment.
European stocks slid to close sharply lower as investors remained pessimistic on global economic growth prospects.
European markets ended sharply lower on Monday, as investors saw more factors adding to global growth concerns.
European markets finished lower on Friday after the latest U.S. jobs data showed a slowdown in employment in January.
Global output is slowing and easing in Chinese policy means 2016 could be the start of a turnaround for the steel industry.