London stocks were rising as global optimism lifted mining shares.
The worm is about to turn for Europe's economy, warned Bank of America on Friday. And that's not good news for stocks.
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The FTSE 100 index was headed for a 0.5% monthly loss, the worst one-month performance since January 2021.
Europe stocks wind down the quarter with a mixed session, as investors keep a nervous watch on power shortages across the region.
European stocks were on the rebound, alongside Wall Street as investors went shopping for beaten down stocks after Tuesday's rout.
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The U.K. is being pummeled by problems lately, with the Bank of England chief warning of 'hard yards' ahead.
Europe could not stretch its win session to Friday as investors watched German elections and a real estate giant's woes in China.
The index is up 1.1% for the week, recouping Monday's drop that came amid worries of global contagion from troubled property group China Evergrande.
Europe stocks climbed on Tuesday, a day after sharp losses linked to troubled property giant China's Evergrande.
China's growing Evergrande crisis overshadows London markets. International Airlines Group soared on a report that U.S. travel restrictions will
The FTSE 100 was struggling for a foothold on gains Tuesday, as its heavily weighted mining sector logged losses.
The FTSE 100 was modestly higher on Friday, but investors were focused on data showing a much weaker-than-expected growth expansion for July.
Tough day for airlines all over with EasyJet slumping in London after suggesting plan to sell more shares
Airlines are facing up to tough times, and easyJet has gone back to shareholders asking for more money. Shares of 888 fell after news that it purchased from Caesars Entertainment the non-U.S. businesses of William Hill.
Airlines were rising, but pharmaceutical stocks were in the red and dragging Europe stocks lower as investors grappled with concerns over how the continuing pandemic could stymie global growth.
‘Be prepared to lose all your money’ buying crypto tokens pushed by Kim Kardashian and other influencers, warns U.K. regulator
The Financial Services Authority's chairman, Charles Randall, cautioned that “some influencers promote coins that turn out simply not to exist at all.
European stocks rose Monday, in the absence of U.S. trading. Aluminium group Norsk Hydro surges after coup boosts aluminum prices
European stocks fell following U.S. jobs data that came in far below expectations. Investors in Europe will now wait on next week's ECB meeting.
Stocks gained in Europe as September trading kicked off, with big move for retailers, luxury goods makers and drinks companies.
On the last trading day of the month, London's main index was being dragged by losses for banks and energy giants.
Europe stocks inched higher on Monday, with some gains in the chemical sector, but in a mostly lackluster session marked by a U.K. holiday.
European stocks on Friday were limping toward their second-worst weekly finish in the year.