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European stocks fell Tuesday as investors shunned commodities and other risk stocks on a cocktail of concerns, ranging from the Middle East to domestic terrorism and politics.
Lufthansa led the European airline sector higher Tuesday as investors reacted to bullish statements made by CEO Carsten Spohr at an industry event in Mexico.
While causing upset among politicians and some business leaders, President Donald Trump's withdrawal of the U.S. from the Paris Agreement helped boost stock prices across the chemicals and automotive sectors.
easyJet EJTTF stock slumped Tuesday after the London-listed airline posted a wider than expected loss for the first half of the year, driven by foreign exchange losses and fierce competition
Most major benchmarks were down Thursday, with Madrid and Frankfurt the deepest in the red, while London bucked the trend thanks to a weaker sterling
British Airways-owner and Air France-KLM dropped in Thursday morning trading after reports the Trump administration will likely expand the laptop to include some European countries.
Markets shrugged off weak industrial data from China to focus on economics and earnings news closer to home
President Donald Trump's tax plan left markets reeling from disappointment Thursday while corporate earnings were mixed
Lufthansa stock hit turbulence Thursday morning after a cautious tone from management led investors to overlook what was otherwise a solid set of first-quarter numbers.
French and German stocks posted a weekly loss Thursday as the Gallic election approaches while London eked out a minor gain
Solid passenger volumes and better load factors saw investors warm toward European airline stocks this week
A heavy presence of gold miners helped British stocks keep out of the red on Tuesday while banks and politics weighed elsewhere.
Last week's missile strike and an increasingly unpredictable French election race saw investors take risk off the table Monday
London's blue chip index avoided the Monday blues thanks to gains at a handful of index heavyweights
Commodity exposure drove London higher, Paris broke even and Frankfurt dipped
While Continental stocks reversed losses convincingly, London remained under pressure as ex-dividends weighed
Ex-dividends weighed in London while risk stocks pulled back more broadly in the wake of Wednesday's Fed meeting minutes
Retreating commodity prices and an evaporating appetite for risk drove a rout across Europe on Monday
Unease over the outlook for global trade, monetary policies and politica stability torpedoed markets from early on Tuesday
Both of London's indices set records on Friday while Frankfurt and Paris were also buoyant.
The U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to rate hikes lifted commodity stocks and London's benchmarks while politics and earnings boosted continental Europe.
Deutsche Lufthansa led German stocks higher Thursday after Europe's second-largest airline posted stronger-than-expected full year earnings and sealed a labor agreement with striking pilots.
A rebound in commodities and expectations of a Fed rate hike helped to drive markets higher
Earnings from Worldpay and Adidas surprised on the upside and buoyed both London and Frankfurt early on Wednesday
Paris and Frankfurt rose but London was hit by worse than expected earnings at HSBC
European stocks drifted lower Thursday despite a strong session in Asia as a U.S. dollar retreat and mixed corporate earnings allowed benchmarks to pull back from recent multi-month highs
European stocks drifted lower Thursday despite a strong session in Asia as a U.S. dollar retreat and mixed corporate earnings allowed benchmarks to pull back from recent multi-month highs.