European stocks see-sawed Monday, as fears over the current state of global trade remained in place. Sharp early losses were erased during the afternoon session.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 finished provisionally up 0.31% by the closing bell. Stocks in the baskets of Chemicals and Basic Resources performed well on average while Banks, Travel & Leisure and Technology struggled.
Earlier Monday, Asia-Pacific markets registered a mixed-to-negative picture, as traders digested fresh data and reacted to Wall Street’s volatile session on Friday.
Source : CNBC