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Stocks in Europe closed higher on Tuesday afternoon, following new record highs on Wall Street and expectations of an OPEC deal.
European markets closed higher Monday as dollar strength took a breather and oil prices jumped.
European stocks closed lower on Friday as rising U.S. bond yields pushed the dollar higher as investors upped bets on a December rate hike.
European stocks closed higher on Thursday after comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen who had hinted at a U.S. rate hike "relatively soon
Asia markets traded mixed on Thursday, after Dow Jones snapped a seven-day winning streak and the S&P 500 slid.
Many Asian markets stuttered on Friday as the rally in the dollar following Donald Trump's win dampened demand for emerging market assets.
European stocks closed broadly flat on Monday with investors focused on fresh economic data and corporate earnings.
European markets recovered from session lows to edge into the green at the close on Thursday as the European Central Bank held rates.
European stocks posted solid gains by Tuesday's close, as investors cheered on the sharp uptick seen in mining stocks, while digesting earnings.
European stocks finished Friday sharply higher, as a positive morning trade on Wall Street and a strong rally in banks helped lift sentiment.
European stocks closed firmly in the red on Thursday, after weak China data triggered a slide in mining stocks.
Asian shares were mixed Thursday, with Samsung Electronics shares in focus after it plunged in reaction to problems with the Galaxy Note 7.
European markets finished Monday on a positive note, after oil prices staged a strong comeback during trade.
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European indexes closed higher on Wednesday, with investor sentiment buoyed by a rally in Deutsche Bank shares.
European stocks finished firmly in the red on Monday as investors failed to shake off concerns over a potential interest rate hike in September by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
European stock indexes closed higher on Tuesday, with the exception of the FTSE 100, which was knocked by the weak performance of mining stocks.
European stocks closed under slight pressure on Friday as a sharp decline in mining stocks, offset optimism surrounding the sharp uptick in oil prices.