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Better than expected economic data helps push Spain's IBEX and London's FTSE 250 higher, but many other indices close in the red.
Friday's strong finish failed to save stock markets from a second week of losses.
Oil continues to slide, while house builders take a battering in the U.K. after a report of slowing house price growth.
The German utility maintains its 2016 forecast but says earnings from trading will be significantly lower.
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Results bulletins are due out from utilities E.ON and RWE, and tour operator Tui.
Barclays shares decline, as three former traders are found guilty of Libor-rigging.
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.
European stock markets fall on retreating resources sector and Brexit concerns
The London benchmark falls before a Bank of England rate call, while other indices also edge lower.
The German utility says renewable energy was a bright spot in the first quarter, though warns that debt will rise.
European stocks fall on Tuesday amid a string of disappointing results from companies including German power utility RWE.
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.
European stocks rise on Wednesday as weak consumer price data spurs hopes of central bank action Thursday.
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 markets opened sharply lower Monday, setting up a fourth consecutive day of losses after Asian markets collapsed overnight led by a huge sell off in Chinese shares.
European markets slipped on Tuesday as Greece's bailout deal faced political opposition at home and as Iran struck a long-awaited agreement to contain its nuclear program.
European stocks rebounded on Wednesday, as eurozone growth gathered pace in the first quarter and as investors toasted strong earnings from brewer SABMiller and packaging and paper producer Mondi.
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 fell on Tuesday amid investor jitters before the next round of debt talks between Greece and its creditors and as falling oil prices pulled energy stocks lower.
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Oil futures crossed the psychologically important $100 a barrel level Wednesday on supply concerns as Libya stepped closer to anarchy.
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