European shares failed Monday to replicate a rally from Japan and the U.S., where the S&P 500 index notched its best week in five

European stocks erased early losses to trade little changed as positive economic data in the region offset negative sentiment

European shares enjoyed a relief rally Monday after geopolitical tension had sent them to their worst weekly losses of the year. The

European equities slipped, extending the longest run of weekly losses in a year as U.K.-listed stocks struggled on the anniversary of

European stock markets edged lower Friday amid ongoing unease over the outlook for oil prices as well as a slightly disappointing

European stocks dropped almost across the board on Tuesday, with banks leading the charge lower after a broker downgrade and concerns

European stocks advanced as economic data from Germany and France signaled that the region’s recovery is on track. U.K. equities and

European stocks rose as miners rebounded and investors turned their focus to corporate earnings. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index rose 0.3