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European investors are looking for market direction Wednesday following mixed earnings and ongoing economic concerns.
Strong corporate earnings drive post-Brexit rally across Europe.
Spending in France declines by 0.4%, lending weight to concern that terrorism worries are smothering demand.
The retailer warns of a sluggish environment in Europe.
Expect a barrage of key indicators and earnings from companies including Deutsche Bank, LVMH, Diageo and AB InBev.
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European stock markets rise on Friday, following Asia higher.
Firms such as Apple, LVMH, Starbucks and General Mills that export goods to China will lose money as they convert yuan proceeds into foreign currencies. China's exporters will gain.
European stocks were little changed on Friday amid a drop in U.K. consumer confidence and a mixed bag of corporate earnings on the last trading day of July.
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 stock indices edged higher on Tuesday after a volatile day in Asia, as gauges showed private-sector strength in Germany and the eurozone offset weak Chinese data.
European stock indices are mixed on Friday ahead of U.S. nonfarm payrolls figures.
European markets fall, as a Swiss-led selloff overshadows strong corporate news that lifted stocks from BP to French retailer Carrefour.
European stocks rise as a jump in German business confidence signals an end-of-year rebound in Europe's largest economy.
European stock indices fell on Thursday amid a plethora of earnings reports as eurozone consumer price figures suggested that aggressive central bank tactics haven’t shaken off the specter of deflation.
It's been six years since a tainted milk tragedy rocked China, and now it looks like the country is coming to grips with its food-safety issues.