European stock indices moved downwards on Friday, heading for a weekly loss, as investors look to February non-farm payroll figures from the U.S. for direction.
European stock indices move lower on Friday, with Chinese stocks roiled by the country's first corporate bond default.
European indices lose some of the ground recovered during Tuesday's rally even as tensions in Ukraine ease.
A raft of predominantly negative corporate news keeps European indices in the doldrums on Thursday as tensions in Ukraine escalate.
A raft of predominantly negative corporate news keeps European indices in the doldrums on Thursday.
European stock indices edge lower on Wednesday though Chinese indices end a four-day slide thanks to falling money market rates.
New worries about the outlook for the Chinese economy push global stock indices lower on Thursday. Laura Board has more from the London newsroom.
European stocks fall and Asian indices close mixed as China's central bank mops up liquidity from the market and as a German index of investor confidence tumbles.
European stock indices rise on monetary-policy optimism ahead of the euro-zone central bank's interest rate decision, and Alcatel-Lucent's new CEO delivers the company's first quarterly profit in almost two years.
European and Asian stocks follow U.S. markets lower on Tuesday, with Japanese and Hong Kong indices notching up losses that mean they are down well over 10% from year-end highs.