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

Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund amassed through pumping oil and gas over the past two decades wants out of petroleum stocks.

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

European stocks rose and U.S. equity futures and the dollar both steadied as investors awaited fresh insights into the path for

European stocks were little changed, after posting their biggest weekly drop since November, as traders assessed the extent to which

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