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Investors focused on the potential for higher interest rates.
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.
European stocks slipped Monday as investors digested the latest terror attack in the U.K., continued concern over Spanish banks and a series of poorer-than-expected economic bulletins.
European stocks were mixed Tuesday as London's blue chip benchmark set a new record while indices on the Continent were hit by losses at the region's big automakers.
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
With most stocks having notched up strong gains in the wake of the first round of French election, there was little upside left to be gained following Sunday's vote.
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.
Corporate earnings and resurgent concerns over politics hit European benchmarks on Thursday.
The CAC 40 in France gained 1.25%, leading the charge among major European benchmarks.
European stock markets saw a broad rebound from their earlier lull on Tuesday, although London fell on steep losses for BT and a stronger currency
London stock markets lead as real estate and consumer stocks rise, buoyed by earnings and economic data.
Zika virus fears are beating down these two intrinsically strong airline stocks. Now's the time to buy them, before these temporary anxieties subside.
Purchasing managers' surveys point toward a slowdown in U.K services and manufacturing
Germany gets France and Italy to agree that it is up to the U.K. government when to trigger formal negotiations on Brexit.
Greece dominates market considerations as European markets trade without direction. The question is, will Greece accept austerity measures and stay in the eurozone?
A global selloff of government bonds weighed on European stock indices on Tuesday amid little progress on a resolution to the Greek debt crisis.
European markets were subdued on Monday morning, despite the continuing exuberance in Chinese markets, as the chairman of Volkswagen squared off against its CEO.
Oil stocks led London markets higher on Wednesday as Anglo-Dutch oil producer Royal Dutch Shell embarked on its biggest deal in over a decade.
European markets were mixed Friday, with London's oil-and-resources-heavy FTSE 100 slipping back, while continental markets seemed to be recovering some of Thursday's losses.
Many European markets bounced back this morning, ignoring the geopolitical gloom and, for the moment, even the troubling economic climate.
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