European stocks fall as missile threat, hurricanes unsettle investors

European stocks fall as missile threat, hurricanes unsettle investors

By European stocks declined Friday, with euro strength and geopolitical worries driving broad-based losses, pushing the regional benchmark deeper into the red for the week. The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 0.4% to 373.55. No sector traded higher. On Thursday, the benchmark finished up by 0.3%, aided by upwardly revised growth figures for the eurozone economy.

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