European shares opened higher but the modest rebound failed to erase the previous session’s losses as investors’ fears about the trade dispute between US and China linger on.
UK shares fell on Tuesday as a global sell-off prompted by fears of a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China took its toll and disappointing news on the corporate front.
BSE benchmark Sensex closed lower by about 74 points at 35,548.26 in a choppy trade amid flaring up of trade tariff tensions between the US and China, forcing investors to adopt a cautious stance.
European shares dipped in early trading as worries over a trade war between United States and China kept investors on the edge, Nexans plummeted after a profit warning.
European shares were set for their best week in more than three months as investors pushed back expectations for a rate hike after Thursday’s ECB policy meeting.
The pan-European STOXX 600 and the euro zone STOXX .STOXXE jumped 1.4 and 1.3 percent, while the exporter-heavy German index .GDAXI gained 1.7 percent.
European shares fell in cautious trade after US Fed sounded slightly hawkish overnight and ahead of an ECB meeting in which the central bank will debate the end.
Trading in European shares was hesitant early as investors awaited further guidance from the Federal Reserve on future U.S. rate rises, while Zara owner Inditex fell.
European shares steadied near their highest level in almost a week on Tuesday with Casino (CASP.PA) leading gainers as investors warmed to the French supermarket’s plans to sell assets.
European shares rose to their highest level in almost a week with Casino (CASP.PA) leading the surge as investors warmed to the supermarket’s plans to sell assets.
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