European stocks end in the red

European stocks still feeling the pressures.

European stocks were starting out the week under pressure and that has continued as we progress through the week. 
The benchmarks are blood red yet again.

  • Italy's FTSE MIB  -1.3%
  • Portugal's PSI20 -0.3%
  • German DAX  -0.6%
  • France's CAC  -0.5%
  • UK FTSE -0.1%
  • Spain Ibex -1.17%
  • Germany 0.745%, -1.1 basis point
  • France 0.993%, unchanged

As for yields, Germany yields were lower, although EUR/USD is a top performer in the US sessions so far with US 10 year-yields down -0.45%.

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