European markets were choppy Friday, with solid gains in Germany due to automaker profits offset by worries over soaring government bond yields in Portugal and declines in Spanish utilities due to energy reforms. The Stoxx Europe 600 ended the day 0.11% lower at 296.20. In the U.S., news of another airliner fire sent Boeing shares down and muted overall gains, although the S&P 500 managed to rise 0.31% to a record close of 1,680.19. Here is a continuously updated list of global stock indexes.

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