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European markets open the year with a resounding thud Monday, following the lead from Asia.
European stocks rise, with metals and mining stocks leading the way.
Markets in Europe and Asia slip back Friday, as the relief rally following the Federal Reserve's interest rate announcement quickly fades.
European stocks retreat on Wednesday, erasing earlier gains amid a selloff in mining and metals companies.
European stocks fall on Tuesday, following Asian indices down after oil prices hit a seven-year low and prices of commodities including copper continue to decline.
European stocks are mixed on Monday as BHP Billiton drags miners lower in London,
European stocks open the week in the red, led by declines in commodities stocks on falling raw materials prices
European markets rise Tuesday, taking their lead from Asian markets outside of China, which shrugged off falls in base metal prices to post gains overnight.
European stocks fall on Tuesday, tracking Asia lower on China inflation worries and amid a mixed batch of corporate earnings news.
Glencore (GLNCY) stock is declining on analysts' concerns that the company may not be able to handle lower metals prices.
Investors resumed their selloff of European stocks on Wednesday, taking their lead from losses in Tuesday's U.S. trading session and a further slide among Chinese equities.
European stock markets rebounded on Tuesday after Monday's devastating global selloff despite another day of heavy losses for Chinese stocks.
The $300 million deal is the second sale since CEO Mark Cutifani stepped up the mining group's disposal program.
European stock markets opened sharply lower Monday, setting up a fourth consecutive day of losses after Asian markets collapsed overnight led by a huge sell off in Chinese shares.
European stocks were mixed on Monday amid continued bailout talks between Greece and international creditors. Mining stocks slumped on disappointing economic news out of China.
European stocks were mixed Tuesday as the Greek equities selloff entered a second day and as companies from German carmaker BMW to French insurer Axa posted earnings.
European markets were mixed on Friday as positive earnings reports battled to gain the upper hand against worries about Chinese growth and slightly disappointing eurozone data.
European markets rose on Thursday after the Greek parliament approved tough austerity measures demanded of the country by its eurozone creditors in return for an €86 billion ($93.4 billion) bailout.
European equities investors felt the impact of a sharp selloff of government bonds, and were skeptical of progress on the Greek crisis, with stock indices trading sharply lower on Thursday.
European stocks were mixed amid another crunch meeting on Greece, and as U.K. services growth registered its weakest pace in five months. Mining stocks fell in London on oversupply worries.
Mining company stocks are likely to outperform the S&P 500 as executives refocus on profits rather than simply boosting production, which they did during the commodities boom.
Continental European markets are closed for the May Day holiday, as London stocks were little changed. Mining stocks were among the strongest performers.
European stock indices declined on Thursday after disappointing eurozone purchasing managers' data cast doubt about the strength of the region's recovery.
European markets roared back to life on Monday, led by mining and telecom stocks across the region.
European stocks were mixed on Thursday, with the U.K. leading the continent's major indices as mining groups rebounded.
European stocks rise on Friday as growth in the eurozone surprises to the upside.