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As evidence mounts that Germany is shouldering the eurozone growth burden, investors will be scrutinizing data from France and Italy.
Friday rally rounds off a volatile week for European markets as risk stocks lead the way back up.
German utility companies will pay a less-than-expected levy to manage storage of nuclear waste.
Oil gathers pace as U.S. markets climb to positive territory.
European stocks hit three-month high due to gains made after payroll miss.
The FTSE 100 is the only European market to end the day in positive territory.
Futures recover from Asia session, now pointing to a modest positive open.
The utility stands by its full-year forecast as revenue declines by 11%.
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Results bulletins are due out from utilities E.ON and RWE, and tour operator Tui.
Further gains among mining stocks propel the London benchmark but indices elsewhere are subdued.
Shell continues to rise, while grocer Sainsbury flip-flops after quarterly sales data.
Grocer Ahold counters a negative mood dominated by "Brexit" worries and weak commodity prices.
Earnings losers include E.ON, Carlsberg and JCDecaux, though Deutsche Post delivers pleasing quarterly figures.
The German utility is staking its future on renewables and will split off its power station and energy trading business later this year.
The power station and energy trading company makes debt reduction a priority.
European stocks slid back on Wednesday after oil prices resumed their descent, dampening spirits momentarily raised by robust U.S. consumer and house-price data on Tuesday.
Eurozone stocks rally on Thursday as central bank policy makers meet to set rates.
Maros Sefcovic says the 'politically sensitive' project is a threat to European energy security.
European stocks are mixed as investors comments from Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer saying there's still a case for raising interest rates this year while insisting on a cautious approach.
European stocks rise, following Asia higher after investors decide that minutes from the Federal Reserve's last meeting mean the central bank probably won't raise rates as early as October.
European stock indices surged on Tuesday as markets reopened after the Easter break, amid optimism that the Federal Reserve may hold off longer than previously expected before raising rates.
European stocks fall on Monday, starting the week and a new month in the red amid a fall in eurozone manufacturing output and as slumping oil prices hit energy stocks.
European markets retreat a little Monday morning from Friday's highs.
U.S. stock futures were looking sunny this morning, building on a rise in the European markets.
Many European markets bounced back this morning, ignoring the geopolitical gloom and, for the moment, even the troubling economic climate.