Europe Markets: European stocks end higher as investors dig out of Trump-inspired rout

European stocks gained ground Friday, modestly recovering from a U.S. politics-spurred selloff the prior day that should drag major regional benchmarks lower for the week.

The Stoxx Europe 600 index SXXP, +0.47% ) rose 0.4% to 390.60, with only the telecom sector in the red. The move follows the lead of U.S. stocks, which rose after pulling back at the open Thursday. The London benchmark on Thursday fell 0.5%.

The pan-European benchmark is facing a loss of 1.3% for the week, which would be its first decline in four weeks, FactSet data show. The drop came as part of a rout in global equities that followed a report that U.S.

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