|Day Low/High||12.93 / 12.93|
|52 Wk Low/High||9.84 / 19.15|
Japanese banks and U.K. mining stocks lose ground.
Grocer Ahold counters a negative mood dominated by "Brexit" worries and weak commodity prices.
Bank stocks rise on the FTSE 100 after ‘Brexit’ polls show the remain camp has widened its lead.
A return to deflation in both the eurozone and the European Union fans hopes of monetary stimuli.
Mining shares drag down the London benchmark while Frankfurt and Paris edge higher.
For those willing to take a risk, this volatility could be an ideal buying opportunity.
European stocks fall Tuesday after the Bank of Japan disappoints investors looking for further monetary stimuli and as Federal Reserve policy makers prepare to begin a two-day meeting.
European stocks fall on Tuesday amid a string of disappointing results from companies including German power utility RWE.
European stocks are mostly higher on Friday, with the London benchmark holding its own against eurozone peers as mining shares enjoy another day of strong gains.
European markets bounce back Friday morning, following Asia and Wall Street higher overnight.
European stocks rise, with metals and mining stocks leading the way.
European stocks retreat on Wednesday, erasing earlier gains amid a selloff in mining and metals companies.
European stock indices are mixed on Tuesday, with eurozone benchmarks shrugging off disappointing German data to post small gains.
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.
Car makers are the most exposed to China, as well as miners.
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.
Barrick, Glencore and Noble report as energy and metals prices sag.
European stock indices surged on Tuesday as markets reopened after the Easter break, amid optimism that the Federal Reserve may hold off longer than previously expected before raising rates.
European stocks were mixed on Thursday, with the U.K. leading the continent's major indices as mining groups rebounded.
European stocks are overwhelmingly in the red on Wednesday, building on Tuesday's slump.
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