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European automakers fell across the board Friday after Germany's Economy Minister warned of a legal challenge to President Donald Trump's border tax plans ahead of a meeting with Angela Merkel.
Data out on Monday show that the Chinese manufacturing sector continues to show signs of recovery.
With Trump victory, the threat of U.S. protectionism looms over world exports.
German consumer price data confirms inflation is accelerating; automakers rise on better-than-expected earnings.
BHP Billiton falls after a Brazilian court rejects a settlement over the Samarco dam burst.
The end-of-week sell-off extended eastward to Russia after the country's central bank cut borrowing costs for the first time in nearly a year.
The German carrier announces the surprise departure of its CFO.
Be prepared for when the ECB starts buying corporate bonds.
European stocks rebound further on Monday, led in London by the mining stocks.
The German automaker says 11 million diesels sold worldwide contain software to mislead regulators.
European stocks are lower on Tuesday as a key indicator of German economic sentiment stokes worries of a slowdown in Europe's largest economy.
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