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European Shares Slide As US Tariff Deadline Looms

European stocks succumbed to selling pressure on Monday as Germany faced political crisis over immigration and trade worries persisted ahead of a July 6 deadline when the United States is due to impose the tariffs on Chinese exports. Weak manufacturing ...

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Resource Stocks Drag FTSE 100 Lower

U.K. stocks succumbed to selling pressure on Monday as weak manufacturing data pulled down resource stocks and trade worries persisted ahead of a July 6 deadline when the United States is due to impose the tariffs on Chinese exports. Read ...

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CAC 40 Tumbles As US Tariff Deadline Looms

French stocks fell sharply on Monday as Germany faced political crisis over immigration and trade worries persisted ahead of a July 6 deadline when the United States is due to impose the tariffs on Chinese exports. Weak manufacturing data from ...

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European Markets Climb After Migration Deal Reached

Markets in Europe ended Friday’s session firmly in positive territory. Concerns over a global trade war eased at the end of the week after China eased restrictions on foreign investment and investors breathed a sigh of relief after EU leaders ...

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European Markets Climbed After Migration Deal Reached

Markets in Europe ended Friday’s session firmly in positive territory. Concerns over a global trade war eased at the end of the week after China eased restrictions on foreign investment and investors breathed a sigh of relief after EU leaders ...

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European Shares Rally On EU Migration Deal

European stocks rallied on Friday after China eased restrictions on foreign investment in several sectors and EU leaders struck a deal on immigration, helping investors shrug off trade tensions, albeit temporarily. Read Full Story

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DAX Rallies As EU Reaches Deal On Migration

German stocks rose sharply on Friday after China eased restrictions on foreign investment in several sectors and EU leaders struck a deal on immigration, helping investors shrug off trade tensions, albeit temporarily. Read Full Story

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