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.
Wm Morrison Supermarkets traded above a new agreed offer on Friday, as the private-equity battle for the U.K. supermarket chain continues.
Gains were driven by healthcare and insurers while the oil and gas sectors weighed.
European stocks were rising Friday, after logging yet another record close. Here's why Bank of America is worried.
Stocks are up just modestly in Europe, but a positive close on Thursday would make nine in a row.
London stocks reach for levels not seen since February 2020 on Wednesday, tracking gains for U.S. and European equities.
UBS lifts forecasts for European earnings, with stocks in the grips of the longest winning streak since June
Up nearly 18.5% so far this year, the Stoxx Europe 600 index has just edged past the S&P 500's 18.1% gain.
Stocks in Europe made modest moves higher on Tuesday, helped by gains for AsML Holding, though banks such as HSBC led the downside.
JPMorgan's top mining picks are London-listed BHP, Rio Tinto and Glencore.
European stocks were struggling for traction at the start of the week.
European stocks lined up for third week of gains, with financials in the lead
European stocks posted modest gains on Wednesday, lifted by technology stocks such as ASML Holding.
European stocks rose modestly on Wednesday as retail stocks rose, with Deutsche Bank and Barclays also in focus following results.
Shares of Moonpig are tumbling after results triggered fears of a slowdown.
Philips led a downturn in European markets on Monday, as investors responded negatively to the Dutch conglomerate's outlook even as second-quarter earnings were a touch ahead of estimates.