|Day Low/High||12.93 / 12.93|
|52 Wk Low/High||9.84 / 19.15|
A stronger dollar, commodity supply concerns and an increasingly uncertain outlook for global growth conspired to darken the mood among investors Tuesday.
European stocks slipped Monday as investors digested the latest terror attack in the U.K., continued concern over Spanish banks and a series of poorer-than-expected economic bulletins.
With most stocks having notched up strong gains in the wake of the first round of French election, there was little upside left to be gained following Sunday's vote.
President Donald Trump's tax plan left markets reeling from disappointment Thursday while corporate earnings were mixed
Elliott's $22 billion valuation for the Petroleum assets is already in the price while vulnerable iron ore and copper prices are a risk to BHP.
European stocks slipped after the opening bell on the final day of what has been an otherwise solid quarter
The U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to rate hikes lifted commodity stocks and London's benchmarks while politics and earnings boosted continental Europe.
A rebound in commodities and expectations of a Fed rate hike helped to drive markets higher
Merger talk in telecoms, deals in oil services and a resurgent iron ore price all conspired to drive European benchmarks higher.
Continental indices led the charge following strong gains for auto stocks.
European benchmarks surged on Friday following another volley of corporate earnings numbers and solid trade data from China for January
Commodities lent support to London's stock markets but benchmarks were down across the board
Markets in London and Paris were lower on Thursday, while German stocks bucked the trend as investors responded to corporate earnings and political news.
Company news came back to the fore for European stocks on Wednesday as earnings season approaches.
German DAX leads the way back up after Italy induced selloff in the morning hours as autos and banks rally.
Miners rally in London, cushioning the FTSE 100 index, but broad weakness weighs.
European bond markets hit hard as traders brace for inflation rise, blunting two-day 'Trump rally'.
European stocks are trading higher Thursday, after massive gains in Japan, but government bond yields are also rising fast.
The U.S. President-Elect's tax and stimulus aims have boosted stocks in Europe as investors place bets on extended Trump Rally.
London leads the decline, with the FTSE 100 down by almost 0.9% at the close, as miners weigh on the index.
Faster inflation data from China and solid car sales figures from Europe add a positive tone to early trading.
Miners are the biggest losers in London as precious metal prices fall.
Benchmark indices across Europe are up but the FTSE falls after a holiday Monday.
Mining stocks pull down London's benchmark index.
Brent crude surges breaks $50 a barrel.
Germany's Linde surges 11% on merger talks with Praxair.
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