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Metals prices and mining stocks were among the greatest beneficiaries of improving sentiment toward the global economy.
Corporate earnings dissapointments soured the mood among Europe's investors.
Higher inflation and, in some parts, solid corporate earnings were both factors on Monday.
European benchmarks held gains much of Thursday.
Price action came despite losses in commodity markets and after the G20 event drew to a close in Hamburg without geopolitical upset.
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A stronger dollar, commodity supply concerns and an increasingly uncertain outlook for global growth conspired to darken the mood among investors Tuesday.
Aided by favorable political news-flow and an absence of adverse economic or earnings data, Europe's benchmarks posted some of the strongest gains seen in the last two months.
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 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.
European benchmarks were lower Thursday following what was a volatile session for commodities and industrials.
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European benchmarks surged Monday as commodity prices rebounded, boosting the resources sector, while political risks were also seen to have receded further.
Stronger steel demand delivered double-digit sales and earnings growth at Europe's biggest steel makers but failed to save the stocks from sharp falls as free-cash-flow remained negative.
Stocks were mixed across Europe as investors responded to the latest raft of corporate earnings while also remaining cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve
European steelmakers traded firmly higher Friday, with mining stocks following suit, after a jump in iron ore prices linked to a brewing trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
Iron ore stocks are in the red this morning due to the decline in the price of the steel making ingredient.