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German consumer price data confirms inflation is accelerating; automakers rise on better-than-expected earnings.
German consumer price data confirms inflation is accelerating, while in the U.K. a closely watched gauge of retail sales slows to a seven-year low.
Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds slip, while UniCredit gains as it fills a CEO vacancy.
European stocks are mixed on Tuesday with Italian indices erasing early gains.
European and Asian equities indices resume steep declines on Thursday after a selloff in the U.S. during the previous session.
European markets slip Tuesday, despite some rises in Asia, in part because China's better-than-expected GDP figures released Monday also prove to be the lowest rate of growth since 2009.
Markets are falling in Asia and Europe Thursday after Wednesday's short-lived bounce.
European stocks fall again on Wednesday as a dip in euro-area industrial producer prices does little to inspire confidence in the region's fragile recovery.
European stock indices rise as a stream of corporate updates distracted investors from wider macro-economic and geopolitical worries.
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