European markets opened slightly lower on Wednesday morning, despite record highs on Wall Street following the release of Apple's latest iPhone.
European markets opened higher Tuesday as investors enjoyed a lull in the ongoing conflict with North Korea and the worst effects of Hurricane Irma appeared to subside.
European stocks opened slightly higher on Monday morning, while investors monitored the economic impact of Hurricane Irma.
European markets opened slightly higher on Thursday morning, tracking overnight gains on Wall Street after congressional leaders unexpectedly agreed to extend the federal government's borrowing limit until December.
European markets opened lower on Wednesday morning, tracking Wall Street's slide overnight amid a backdrop of lingering geopolitical tension.
European markets were mixed on Tuesday morning, as geopolitical tension concerning North Korea kept investors at bay while markets lacked overnight guidance due to a Labor Day holiday in North America.
European markets opened lower on Monday morning, as North Korea's latest nuclear test prompted investors to rush to safe-haven assets.