European markets came under pressure Monday to close lower, as Spanish stocks and oil prices took a tumble.
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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 posted strong gains during Thursday's session, closing higher, after the Fed announced its first rate rise in almost a decade.
European equities finished sharply higher on Tuesday, as investors cheered a recovery in oil prices and positive data from the autos sector.
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.
The embattled carmaker has kicked off a crucial few days in its hometown with good news: The carbon emissions issue is not as bad as first feared.
The United Auto Workers union has gained a first victory at a foreign-owned automaker, winning a vote at Volkswagen's lone U.S. factory.
European markets climbed off session lows to close slightly lower as investors reacted to a fresh jobs report from the U.S. and OPEC.
Volkswagen has agreed the terms of a 20 billion euro ($21 billion) bridging loan with banks to help shoulder the costs of its emissions scandal.
European equities closed the session mixed Wednesday as investors digested inflation numbers and contemplated the possibility of further stimulus.
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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.
Toyota Motor outsold Volkswagen for the fourth straight month in October to remain the world's top-selling automaker so far this year.
European equities ended higher Thursday as investors anticipated more stimulus from the European Central Bank (ECB) when it meets next week.
Asian markets ended mixed on Thursday amid hopes for fresh European stimulus while new data reinforced expectations for tighter U.S. monetary policy.
South Korea said its own testing showed that Volkswagen intentionally manipulated a diesel emissions device in vehicles with an older engine.
European markets finished sharply lower on Tuesday after Turkish fighter jets shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border.