European stocks fell Thursday, with caution still lingering as tension between U.S. and North Korea escalated, and as German consumer-goods company Henkel AG & Co. was among the companies whose shares pulled the market toward a second consecutive decline.
U.S. stocks declined on Thursday, marking the first time since April that all main indexes fell in unison for a third session as elevated tensions with North Korea weighed on sentiment.
Global stocks extended their selloff as investors continued to pare their riskier positions following strong year-to-date gains and the rise in geopolitical tensions this week. European stocks fell Thursday, and U.S. stocks accelerated their fall with the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffering its biggest one-day decline since May 17 after President Donald Trump's comment that his threat on Tuesday to unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea "maybe wasn't tough enough."
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