European Markets Close Higher Amid Renewed Trade Optimism
Tuesday, 14 May 2019
European markets ended mostly higher on Tuesday, with stocks staging a fairly strong comeback after losing heavily and falling to two-month lows in the previous session.
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LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks fell, government bond yields slipped and the Japanese yen firmed on Thursday after the U.S. government hit Chinese telecoms giant Huawei with severe sanctions, further straining Sino-U.S. trade ties. FILE PHOTO: A trader works at his desk whilst screens show market... U.S. Hits Huawei Hard 00:33
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