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Risk stocks lead European markets higher after Chinese GDP comes in as expected and commodities rise
The Stoxx 600 has the best session since Sept. 22 as U.S. earnings strength helps extend gains.
Burberry gets a boost from the falling pound, but shares are on track for the biggest one-day decline in a year.
Solid U.K. earnings keep the tone positive ahead of key inflation data.
U.K. inflation and unemployment data, the ECB's interest rate decision and a raft of earnings await from industry titans awaits investors
With U.S. stocks sliding for the third straight day, European shares gave back early gains to close in the red.
Rebounding consumer confidence and steady retail sales growth lift consumer discretionary stocks in London.
Revenue grows at 6% on an organic basis, bucking the trend among European luxury firms.
LVMH props up luxury goods makers and sees shares rise more than 4%.
Miners are the clear winners following the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union.
Monte dei Paschi falls in Milan after the unexpected resignation of its CEO.
South Korea's Kopsi loses 1.2% as geopolitical tension rises with a North Korean nuclear test.
Tourists are on a shopping spree in the U.K. after the referendum. Investors can profit.
These 13 stocks could see more pain than gain if interest rates are cut Thursday.
The weaker pound is likely to benefit some U.K. companies.
The initiative is one of a raft of turnaround measures announced by outgoing CEO Bailey in May.
Italian banks jump after a finance minister reassured markets, but a rally among homebuilders runs out of steam.
Concerns over the near term persist, with still a year to go before a CEO change.
Burberry gains in London as same-store sales fall less than expected, but a rally among house builders runs out of steam.
Miners prop up FTSE 100 as benchmark index enters bull territory.
Christopher Bailey cedes his CEO role, gaining the president title alongside his role as chief creative officer.
Turnaround efforts at the luxury fashion brand have yet to funnel through, though UBS analysts see the devalued pound as an earnings-booster
The ratings agency notes that less than 3.5% of exports from every Asian country go to the U.K. and that 'direct financial linkages' are limited.
A falling pound could help luxury goods and technology exports, according to analysts following 'Brexit' implications. But builders and retailers may suffer.
Restructuring measures announced last month have failed to lift shares in the luxury fashion house.
A mining recovery helps push the FTSE 100 higher, while the Dax rises after more weak price data.
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.