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European stocks were mixed Wednesday although fading equity sentiment following a rare credit downgrade for China and the developing security situation in the U.K. kept investors in a caution mood.
European stocks slumped Wednesday as the latest skirmish in Washington, over President Donald Trump's unorthodox stewardship of the Oval Office left markets jilted.
With most stocks having notched up strong gains in the wake of the first round of French election, there was little upside left to be gained following Sunday's vote.
The outcome of the final televised debate between the two French presidential candidates set markets up for a positive start while corporate earnings did the rest
Societe Generale shares slipped lower Wednesday after the bank agreed to pay $1 billion to the Libyan Investment Authority to avoid a court hearing linked to a bribery scandal.
M&A, French election relief and renewed talk of reforms to taxes and trade all helped to push European stocks higher Tuesday
A vote for the status quo lights a fire under European markets, which translates to a great day for Wall Street.
Stocks enjoy their biggest gains since the beginning of March after centrist Emmanuel Macron wins the first round of the country's presidential elections over far-right Marine Le Pen.
Stocks rocket higher on Monday after centrist Emmanuel Macron wins the first round of the country's presidential elections over far-right Marine Le Pen.
Stock futures rocket higher on Monday after centrist Emmanuel Macron wins the first round of the country's presidential elections over far-right Marine Le Pen.
European banks posted significant early gains Monday amid as investors reacted to Sunday's presidential elections in France and the prospect of a second round win for centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron.
European stocks are surging and the Dow is slated to open more than 200 points higher following a solid win for centrist Emmanuel Macron in Sunday's French presidential elections.
French stocks surged more than 200 points at the start of trading Monday while equities around Europe posted significant early gains after the first round of the country's presidential elections.
The EU, banks, free-trade, French start-ups and even leveraged buyouts are all in the firing line of France's populist candidates Le Pen and Melenchon.
If extremists Le Pen and Melenchon emerge as winners, banks in France would be in the line of fire.
French and German stocks posted a weekly loss Thursday as the Gallic election approaches while London eked out a minor gain
Last week's missile strike and an increasingly unpredictable French election race saw investors take risk off the table Monday
Geopolitical tensions remained at the top of the agenda for investors.
London's blue chip index avoided the Monday blues thanks to gains at a handful of index heavyweights
Benchmarks were higher on Tuesday following strong gains among commodity, consumer and airline stocks
Markets were buoyant throughout much of the session but turned sharply lower after terror struck the subway system in St Petersburg
Goldman shares are vulnerable and modern banks are uninvestable, according to Berenberg, which advises dumping at least sixteen of Europe's lenders as well as the heaviest weight on the Dow.
A series of profit warnings and a frustration over slow progress at the White House pushed stocks lower
European bank stocks led declines across the region Wednesday amid a rally in global bond markets and a U.S.-led pullback in equity markets.
The two failed lenders will be pushed together as part of an effort by Spanish authorities to recover bailout funds
OPEC-induced unease, a pending FOMC decision, French politics and Brexit all weighed on sentiment in Europe.
Germany's DAX led the decline on Tuesday following Deutsche Bank capital call
Paris was buoyed by the shifting winds of French politics, but other benchmarks slumped ahead of the Fed chief's talk.