European stocks ended the trading day in red on Tuesday. The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 0.89% to 467.16.
- The German DAX dropped 1.26% to 16,240.40.
- The French CAC 40 index weakened 1.22% to 7,406.08.
- The FTSE 100 index weakened 0.43% to 7,666.27.
The largest decline among the Stoxx Europe 600 constituents was seen by hotels/restaurants company Greggs PLC, as its shares weakened by 7.7%.
Other notable decliners include:
- Investing/securities firm Nexi S.p.A.: -6.9%
- Clothing/textiles company Dr. Martens PLC: -5.5%
- Investing/securities company Man Group PLC: -5.4%
- Motor vehicles company Bayerische Motoren Werke AG: -5.4%
The technology company TeamViewer SE saw the largest increase among the Stoxx Europe 600 constituents, with shares rising by 9.3% on Tuesday.
Other notable gainers include:
- Utilities firm Uniper SE: +4.0%
- Business/consumer services company Capgemini SE: +2.5%
- Machinery company Weir Group PLC: +2.2%
- Business/consumer services business Alten ATE: +2.1%
Currency and Oil Prices
The pound was down 0.69% against the dollar, while the euro was down 0.25%.
Brent crude declined by 0.70% to $84.83.
The yield on the 10-year gilt increased by 9.28 basis points to 4.402%, while the yield on the German 10-year bund increased by 6.540 basis points to 2.56%.