European Indexes End Lower

Investors fretted about inflation warnings from U.S. central bank officials

Major European equity indexes ended lower Wednesday amid continued weakness in U.S. stocks prompted by inflation and earnings worries. Investors were spooked by further comments from members of the Federal Reserve that more interest rate hikes are in the pipeline, and report showing growth in the U.S. services sector slowed more sharply than expected in September.

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