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European stock benchmarks moved sharply higher Wednesday as investors responded to dissipating political risks and a seemingly brighter outlook for the U.S. and economies across Europe.
European benchmarks slumped Thursday after the U.S. Fed's decision to hike rates and begin unloading its balance sheet year, while the BoE's also piled pressure onto London.
European stocks slumped Monday as technology stocks weighed on benchmarks, after a series of broker downgrades hit sentiment toward the sector and sparked fears of a broader sell off.
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.
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.
President Donald Trump's tax plan left markets reeling from disappointment Thursday while corporate earnings were mixed
European stocks shrugged-off global political tensions as investors shifted focus to corporate earnings, lifting benchmarks around the region and helping turn U.S. stock futures into the green.
Gold prices were little-changed in early in European trading after the bullion touched a five-month high in Asia as investors piled into safe-haven assets amid rising geopolitical tensions.
A heavy presence of gold miners helped British stocks keep out of the red on Tuesday while banks and politics weighed elsewhere.
European stocks were mixed in early Tuesday trading as gold shares supported markets in London but broader geopolitical concerns trimmed gains elsewhere amid increasing geopolitical tensions.
London's blue chip index avoided the Monday blues thanks to gains at a handful of index heavyweights
Trump said the strikes were in the 'national security interest,' focusing on an airfield.
European markets were down on Friday as financial markets calmed following the U.S. airstrike on Syria overnight.
Benchmarks were higher on Tuesday following strong gains among commodity, consumer and airline stocks
European stocks slipped after the opening bell on the final day of what has been an otherwise solid quarter
Gold prices jumped to a one month high as the precious metal extended its rally since the Fed rate hike earlier this month amid a collapse in the dollar.
The U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to rate hikes lifted commodity stocks and London's benchmarks while politics and earnings boosted continental Europe.
Merger talk in telecoms, deals in oil services and a resurgent iron ore price all conspired to drive European benchmarks higher.
Commodities lent support to London's stock markets but benchmarks were down across the board
European stocks fell on Thursday as investors shifted to defensive holdings and the Trump trade faded.
Analysts got to work ahead of earnings season, making for mixed markets, while the Great Decoupling continued in oil markets.
The FTSE 100 rose ahead of the holidays while the DAX slumped and the CAC40 was flat.
Miners rally in London, cushioning the FTSE 100 index, but broad weakness weighs.
European markets fall at the last hurdle but round off a strong week, with Trump concerns now abating.
A narrowing Clinton-Trump poll spread and a reversal of fortunes for U.K. stocks send markets into a tailspin.
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