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Miners were hit after White House flashes teeth at North Korea
Benchmarks saw a resoundingly positive session Wednesday.
Stocks lower across the board in Europe Friday.
Automaker to only sell hybrids and electrics.
The agenda was dominated by eurozone economic data, the anniversary of Britain's vote to leave the EU and a political summit in Brussels on Friday.
European stocks were buoyed Thursday by an automotive sector in rude health, recovering commodity prices and the latest developments in Britain's election campaign.
Renault and Peugeot led the European autos sector higher Thursday after data from France's CCFA Automobile Association showed car registrations rising strongly during May.
European stock markets were mixed Friday after occasional spots of positive news proved unable to fully offset the effect of a cocktail of uncertainties dogging investors.
European benchmarks were lower Thursday following what was a volatile session for commodities and industrials.
European stock markets were mixed Wednesday, with London higher and continental Europe lower, after earnings and litigation news drove a divergence between the region's benchmarks.
Fiat Chrysler stock drove a pile up in the European auto sector Thursday as investors reacted to speculation of an imminent lawsuit from the Justice Department
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.
European auto stocks fell Tuesday after industry data showed a pullback in sales last month led by a near 20% collapse in U.K. registrations following changes to vehicle tax rates.
European benchmarks surged Monday as commodity prices rebounded, boosting the resources sector, while political risks were also seen to have receded further.
Stocks were mixed across Europe as investors responded to the latest raft of corporate earnings while also remaining cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve
OPEL cars are among the most polluting of all brands in Europe but new rules could mean higher taxes for consumers who own these kinds of cars
Solid sales in the first-quarter have prevented the under-fire carmaker from becoming the worst performer among European autos in 2017
From automakers to financials, strong corporate earnings numbers helped to boost major European benchmarks Wednesday, although stocks in Southern Europe fell on concerns over bank capital
Fiat Chrysler beat expectations for sales and earnings in the first quarter, marking a new record for the company
French and Spanish Stocks were back in the black at noon, leading a partial reversal of earlier losses for the continent as a whole
Ex-dividends weighed in London while risk stocks pulled back more broadly in the wake of Wednesday's Fed meeting minutes
The American auto firm sold more cars in Britain than any other brand during March
Peugeot's ability to turn around the European business it bought from General Motor's GM could face a major challenge because of changes in the way that people purchase new cars.
Renault shares fell sharply after media reports said French authorities want CEO Carlos Ghosn to take the blame if the company evaded emissions testing with so-called cheat devices.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally and on brewing tensions in the Asia-Pacific region.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally that pushed markets to fresh records.
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