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Commodity exposure drove London higher, Paris broke even and Frankfurt dipped
London benchmarks rise on commodity exposure while Paris and Frankfurt pare losses.
Wall Street give back the bulk of the day's gains on Thursday on worries over how President Donald Trump will handle the situation in Syria and relations with China.
Stocks give back gains on Thursday afternoon as Donald Trump prepares to meet with China's President Xi Jinping for a two-day summit.
Stocks creep cautiously higher ahead of the U.S. jobs report for March on Friday and a possibly contentious meeting between Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping.
Stocks lose highs Wednesday after the minutes were released from the Federal Reserve's most recent meeting.
Stocks extend gains on Wednesday after a strong reading on private payrolls foreshadows a solid U.S. jobs number for March.
Benchmarks were higher on Tuesday following strong gains among commodity, consumer and airline stocks
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A rebound in commodities and expectations of a Fed rate hike helped to drive markets higher
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The weather was wild on Wall Street, but it was a lot quieter indoors where low volume made for a muted day of trading.
Stocks fall Tuesday in low-volume trading as blizzard conditions stifle activity on Wall Street.
Stocks fell Tuesday morning as crude oil slumps on higher global production growth forecasts.
The French oil company outperformed rivals in taking advantage of the oil price downturn to reshape its portfolio and the market is yet to realize it, according to Goldman.
Global oil markets continue to fall Thursday, with benchmark U.S. prices falling below $50 a barrel, after a larger-than-expect gain in commercial crude stockpiles and a surging dollar.
Stocks fluctuate on Wednesday as a blowout report on the labor market signals solid jobs gains in February, increasing the chances of a March rate hike.
Earnings from Worldpay and Adidas surprised on the upside and buoyed both London and Frankfurt early on Wednesday
Stocks are mostly higher on Wednesday morning after a reading on the U.S. labor market blasts past economists' estimates and clocks in at its highest level since April 2014.
The news contrasts an 884,000 barrel draw reported by the American Petroleum Institute, but is roughly inline with what analysts were expecting for the week.
Crude oil prices were sinking Wednesday as traders eye industry data set to be released on Thursday.