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European markets finished trade relatively mixed on Thursday as investors assessed the Bank of England's latest policy decision and individual stock news.
The Bank of England held interest rates steady Thursday but said that a hike is likely to be needed in the "coming months."
Frankfurt's emergence as the destination of choice for banks looking to expand their European operations post-Brexit is a boon for its economy, but it has also raised concerns about the housing market's ability to cope with this sudden population surge.
The European Union is in its strongest position in a decade, but it must act quickly to capitalize on this and avoid past shortcomings, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has said.
Global oil demand is set to accelerate faster than anticipated this year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), which has revised up its 2017 growth estimates.
ABB's dual-armed YuMi robot becomes the first to conduct an orchestra, performing in Pisa, Italy on Tuesday evening.
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European stocks finished Tuesday mostly higher as investors took stock of the impact of Irma while North Korea tensions appeared to abate.
The upcoming federal election in Germany is not going to throw Brexit negotiations off course, but the U.K. needs to face the reality that Brexit is not the greatest priority for the EU, according to the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).