In this article, you'll find the list of the hottest stocks to trade on April 19-23, which will publish their earnings!
European equities are set for the best trading week since July
On Friday, European equities tumbled as another missile launch by North Korea affected investors' appetite for riskier banking as well as mining shares, although the index was still on track for its strongest week since July with financial markets actively neglecting geopolitical turmoil.
The STOXX 600 lost 0.2%, while in Great Britain FTSE 100 tumbled 0.4% reaching a fresh four-month minimum.
EU equities were still headed for their best trading week in two months, which is fresh from Thursday’s five-week maximum as they revived from a summer decrease.
Banks SX7P went down 0.5%. They were among the biggest losers as traders shed the most risky assets. As for miners SXPP, they lost 0.7%.
PostNL grew 3.9% with market participants referring to a Goldman Sachs upgrade to a "buy". Meanwhile, Moeller-Maersk edged down 2.4% because after BAML had it reduced to "underperform".
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