Spanish share values fell by 2.09 percent on Monday with the benchmark stock market index Ibex-35 opening at 9,352.00 points and closing at 9,156.30 points.
British stocks decreased on Monday, with the benchmark FTSE 100 Index down by 0.82 percent, or 60.59 points, to close at 7,285.94 points.
French shares lost on Monday, with the benchmark Paris CAC 40 down 2.01 percent, or 118.43 points, to close at 5,786.74 points.
Russian exchange indexes ended the trading day with a downward trend on Monday.
European shares posted their biggest daily drop in two months on Monday, with most major markets including Germany and France slumping more than 2%, as a reimposition of U.S. metal tariffs on Brazil and Argentina triggered a decline in global sentiment.
UK shares handed back gains to close lower on Monday as a combination of U.S. President Donald Trump setting off global trade worries and disappointing data from the world’s biggest economy doused the morning’s cheer.
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Berkshire Hathaway is badly lagging behind the S&P 500. Warren Buffett’s stubborn approach to capital allocation is a big part of the problem.
Indian shares erased early gains to end nearly flat on Monday, dragged by losses in information technology and state-owned bank stocks, as a flagging economy kept investors cautious ahead of the central bank’s monetary policy meeting later this week.
The 40% allocation into bonds has proven to be a challenge given that Treasury note yields have gone to basement-low levels.