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Shreyashi Sanyal

European shares steady on upbeat PMI data, Italy jumps

Aug 22 2019

European shares traded close to flat on Thursday as upbeat surveys on Germany and the euro zone offset signs that U.S. policymakers had not intended to start a cycle of interest rate cuts with last month's move. | Video

German stimulus hopes pull European shares from 6-month lows

Aug 16 2019

European shares rebounded from six-months lows on Friday, ending a tumultuous week on a positive note as hopes of fiscal stimulus from Germany lifted sentiment and sparked a rally in the battered banks sector, helping them post their best day in 4-1/2 months.

Trade worries plague European shares, FTSE underperforms

Aug 15 2019

European shares hit six-month lows in a volatile session on Thursday, with London stocks losing more than 1%, as China warned of retaliation against U.S. tariffs, heightening fears of the continued impact of their trade war on global growth.

European shares slide to six-month low as recession fears rise

Aug 14 2019

European stocks tumbled to a six-month low on Wednesday, as an inversion in the U.S. yield curve following bleak data out of major economies including Germany and China pointed to a looming recession. | Video

China tariff delays pull European shares out of doldrums

Aug 13 2019

European shares staged a comeback from early losses on Tuesday as growth sectors led the charge, after Washington's move to delay tariffs on some Chinese goods provided a lift to battered global sentiment.

Italy leads European shares lower on political uncertainty

Aug 09 2019

European shares slid on Friday with Italian stocks 2.5% lower on political uncertainty, while comments by U.S. President Donald Trump that he was not going to make a trade deal with China also weighed on sentiment.

China respite spurs strong bounce in European shares

Aug 08 2019

European shares had their best day in almost two months on Thursday as upbeat trade data from China and a steadying of its currency helped to calm some fears of recession and a further escalation in Sino-U.S. trade tensions. | Video

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