Another Slump for European Stocks

The Stoxx 600 benchmark is experiencing its longest set of back-to-back declines in a year

The bullish investors who sent European stocks to the highest since 2015 just two weeks ago have gone missing. A six-day selloff in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index, its longest in a year, has sent the benchmark tumbling about four times as much as global equities. Investors say the pullback was due, with few immediate catalysts to support gains after its recent outperformance.

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