European stocks lower ahead of UK lawmakers' crucial Brexit deal vote; Autos down 2.3%
Friday, 18 October 2019 14:26 WIB |
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European stocks opened lower Friday morning as traders seek signals as to whether a Brexit deal agreed between the U.K. and EU will pass muster with British lawmakers in parliament.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 slipped 0.3% in early trade, autos plunging 2.3% on the back of a profit warning from Renault, while media and utilities stocks each added 0.3%.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson agreed a new Brexit deal which was unanimously backed by European Union leaders on Thursday, but must now fight to secure approval from British MPs (Members of Parliament) in a vote on Saturday if he is to succeed in taking Britain out of the bloc on October 31.
Source : CNBC
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