European stock indices head lower on the final day of trading before major markets close for a four-day Easter break.
European stock indices head lower on the final day of trading before the Easter break as violence in Ukraine conspired with a string of lackluster corporate bulletins to fuel nervousness.
Nervousness about the political turmoil in Ukraine and the Chinese growth outlook push European stock indices lower, with the DAX sustaining heavy losses after disappointing domestic data.
Global stock indices take their cue from a selloff on Wall Street as investors fret about the valuation of stocks in the technology sector and well beyond.
Weak European economic data tempers early enthusiasm about reassuring Federal Reserve minutes to result in a mixed trading picture on Thursday.
European stock indices edge higher, following a largely positive day in Asia, as a series of planned, or contemplated, corporate transactions find favor with investors.
European indices head for a positive final day of trading. in Milan the restructuring story at Intesa Sanpaolo wins investors over despite a steep fourth-quarter loss.
European stocks' two-day rally ends as worries about the impact of the crisis in Ukraine on world economies returned following an Obama speech yesterday.
European stocks rebound sharply from Monday's slump, and Investors in Italy's Luxottica cheer a lucrative new tie-up with Google that will take in some of the top eyewear brands.
Western European stock indices rise, but Russian stocks are battered as the standoff over Crimea escalates.