|Day Low/High||17.91 / 17.91|
|52 Wk Low/High||14.00 / 18.52|
The stocks came under pressure.
French and German stocks posted a weekly loss Thursday as the Gallic election approaches while London eked out a minor gain
Solid rates of house price growth are unlikely to continue in 2017 as Brexit concerns hit demand, forecasters say.
U.K. inflation and unemployment data, the ECB's interest rate decision and a raft of earnings await from industry titans awaits investors
European markets are mixed as investors await hints of possible eurozone stimulus from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.
European stocks were little changed on Friday amid a drop in U.K. consumer confidence and a mixed bag of corporate earnings on the last trading day of July.
European markets performed a backflip on Wednesday, opening at new highs and then plummeting over domestic worries and a continued fear of a Greek exit from the eurozone.
European stock indices edged higher on Tuesday, helped by a strong performance on Wall Street on Monday and better-than-expected data from Germany, the eurozone's largest economy.
European stocks bounce back a little from their week-long plunge on Friday, taking their cue from the reassuring words of central bankers in London and New York.
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