Scoreboard: European turnout

European stocks rose following strong manufacturing figures, but good data in the US failed to boost Wall Street amid mixed earnings reports.

A mixed session overall, with the Europeans taking some comfort in a manufacturing report suggesting a lift in that sector. The European PMIs rose to 50.1 in July from 48.8, which was stronger than the expected 49 and suggests that manufacturing expanded in the month. That helped the European bourses push higher, and we’re talking decent gains – the Dax rose 0.8 per cent, the CaC was 1 per cent higher and the FTSE100 rose 0.4 per cent.


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