European stocks ended the week marginally higher for the third consecutive week, as investors watched and waited for news including a then-anticipated US military strike in Syria and tension over US-China trade. Investors are expected to stay wary until geopolitical strains are resolved, says market analyst David Madden.
European stocks continue gains with eye on world events
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