|Day's Range||621.90 - 633.86|
|52 Week Range||621.90 - 633.86|
European stocks eke out slight gains on Monday, as investors weigh geopolitical tensions and look ahead to U.S. earnings season, in the hopes that strong corporate results might provide the next positive leg for eurozone stocks.
Europe’s main stock gauge ended lower Friday, again weighed by worries over rising U.S. bond yields, as it posted a second consecutive weekly decline. A day after logging the worst session in seven weeks, the Stoxx Europe 600 (XX:SXXP) declined 0.9% to end at 376.41.
European stock benchmarks retreat on Thursday, tracking a global equity pullback as a tumble in U.S. bond prices triggers losses for riskier assets around the globe as yields climb.
EUROPE MARKETS European markets closed solidly higher Wednesday, driven by hopes that Italy’s budget deficit could be lowered, though concerns about the country’s debt and budget plan still capped investors’ confidence.
Europe stocks close out the session lower on Tuesday, dogged by budgetary concerns out of Italy and Greece, along with global growth and trade concerns.
An eight-year run of bailouts came to a close for Greece on Monday, but the hangover from the country’s debt-induced collapse will persist, economists say.
European stocks close higher on Monday, joining a global equity market rally as investors grew optimistic ahead of a week that includes a major U.S.-China trade meeting and a closely watched gathering of global central bankers.