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European markets were mixed on Friday as falls in Asia, yesterday’s change of mood on Wall Street and geopolitical uncertainty weighed on sentiment.
European markets are mixed after Thursday's late slump.
Supermarket Tesco is London’s biggest decliner after admitting it mistakenly overstated first-half profits by £250 million -- that’s $408 million.
European markets follow Asian shares down on Monday.
European markets opened higher after the Fed said Wednesday that interests will stay low for a considerable time.
European markets rise after the Federal Reserve said Wednesday interest rates would stay low for a considerable time.
Sony reports $2.1 billion loss, withholds dividend for first time. But in China, news of a massive injection of liquidity raises hopes of further stimulus measures.
European markets are rising ahead of the rates announcement from the Federal Reserve. Stocks in Asia finish mixed.
Markets were mixed in Europe with some in positive territory despite a gloomy economic and geopolitical picture and huge uncertainty over the Scottish independence referendum.
European markets are mixed Monday as a series of risk factors weigh on traders' thinking.