Silvia Amaro is a Digital Reporter for CNBC in London. She joined the team in October 2016 after reporting on European macro economics for two years in Brussels. Previously, she graduated from City University London with a BA in Journalism.
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European markets closed slightly lower on Friday as investors reacted to fresh earnings and geopolitical tensions.
Euro zone inflation jumped to 1.9 percent in April from 1.5 percent in March driven essentially by energy prices, flash data showed Friday.
The European Union will agree on its common position for negotiations with the U.K. government at a summit on April 29.
European markets continued lower Thursday as investors reacted to the European Central Bank keeping interest rates unchanged.
Deutsche Bank reported on Thursday a lower-than-expected revenue for its first quarter, mainly driven by a negative impact of credit spreads.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday, supported by a deluge of earning results which largely outperformed market expectations.
The potential election of centrist Emmanuel Macron as the next president of France is raising hopes over the country's ability to reform its economy.
It is "still early days" for a monetary policy tightening across the euro zone, analysts told CNBC.
European stocks closed higher Tuesday after hitting multi-year highs in the previous session.
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