|Day Low/High||2.58 / 2.58|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.09 / 3.22|
London stock markets lead as real estate and consumer stocks rise, buoyed by earnings and economic data.
Steep losses for oil, earnings aftershocks and another Clinton investigation leave markets reeling.
Friday rally rounds off a volatile week for European markets as risk stocks lead the way back up.
European stocks fell again on Thursday, taking their cue from Asia on concerns about global growth and fading expectations of an imminent U.S. interest rate hike.
European stock markets rose on Monday, encouraged by progress on the Greek debt crisis and news of a potential transaction between fertilizer makers CF Industries Holdings and OCI.
Oil stocks led London markets higher on Wednesday as Anglo-Dutch oil producer Royal Dutch Shell embarked on its biggest deal in over a decade.
European stocks were mixed Wednesday as investors thought over U.K. labor market statistics and awaited the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy statement and Britain's 2015 budget.
European stock indices were mixed Tuesday, ceding some of yesterday's strong gains. Consumer prices fell but mining and oil stocks rose.
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.
European stocks were mixed on Wednesday, as falling oil prices dragged energy stocks lower and as investors awaited Congressional testimony by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
European stocks were mixed as eurozone finance ministers gather in Brussels for crunch talks over Greece's financial lifeline.
European markets tumbled on the last full trading day of 2014 as energy stocks fell and investors weighed the prospect of early elections in Greece.
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