|Day's Range||11,231.59 - 11,419.55|
|52 Week Range||11,051.04 - 13,596.89|
European markets squander early gains and end lower on Monday amid nagging political worries and a slide in shares of a key auto maker.
Investors have taken cautious stance as US Fed talks about global risks but price action in Asian equities show positive influence in market remains albeit cautious investor sentiment.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 was up around 0.15 percent during early afternoon deals, with most sectors and major bourses in positive territory. Renault slumped to the bottom of the index after Nissan said its Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, was under investigation for allegedly violating Japanese financial laws. Italy's banking index was on track for its best trading day since the start of the month, following reports France and Germany could be set to lay out plans for a limited joint euro zone budget.
Wall Street capped a day of volatile trading with a late-afternoon buying spree that sent U.S. stock indexes to a mostly higher finish Friday.
A late afternoon wave of buying moved U.S. stocks higher Thursday. Gains in health care and energy companies powered the market higher. It also got a brief boost earlier after President Donald Trump expressed optimism that the U.S. and China will reach a deal to resolve their costly trade dispute.
European markets struggle Friday, finishing in the red and with chunky weekly losses, as concerns about the U.K.’s Brexit deal again hit top banks, and chip makers are dented after Nvidia Corp. warn on weaker sales ahead.
Dax likely to trade positive over hawkish cues from Asian markets but upside move will be limited over cautious investor sentiment following overnight bearish rout in wall street.
European stocks were lower Friday afternoon, as investors continued to closely monitor the ongoing political turmoil in the U.K.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is selling her Brexit plan to business leaders. Yahoo Finance’s Alanna Petroff has details from London.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is hanging on to her post despite growing backlash to her Brexit plan. Yahoo Finance’s Oscar Williams-Grut has details from London.