CNBC's Karen Tso gives a rundown of European equities, including the best and worst-performing sectors.
European stocks opened lower on Friday as markets remained disappointed after the European Central Bank (ECB) chose not to extend its stimulus program.
European stocks opened slightly lower on Thursday as markets look ahead to the latest monetary policy meeting of the European Central Bank.
European stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday as weaker U.S. data lowered the chances of the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates later this month.
European stocks opened higher on Tuesday with oil prices holding firm following gains in the previous session.
European stocks opened higher on Monday as investors digest the latest U.S. jobs data that spurred investors to pare expectations that the Fed would hike interest rates in September.