European Shares Close Unchanged After Worst Losing Run Since ’14By
U.K. benchmark FTSE 100 Index declines as pound advances
Societe Generale, ING boost bank shares after earnings
European stocks suffered a late selloff but still manged to halt their longest losing streak in two years amid some better-than-expected earnings from the region’s banks, and as a U.K. ruling sparked optimism the nation’s split from the European Union won’t be as harsh as feared.
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