European stocks fell Tuesday, as advances for mining and travel shares weren't enough to guide the market to a second consecutive win. The Stoxx Europe 600 index SXXP, -0.63% declined by 0.6% to end at 370.58, with the utility and telecom groups losing the most. But the basic materials and consumer-services sectors pushed higher. On Monday, the benchmark climbed 1.2%, the first win in three sessions.
U.S. stocks on Tuesday finished in the green, marking a third consecutive gain for equity gauges, ahead of a key inflation reading, even as shades of last week's brutal selling lingered.
Asia-Pacific equity markets broke away from their recent lockstep trading, as the global stock rout over the past two weeks abated and local factors took center stage.
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