Europe Markets: European stocks get a lift as North Korea tensions cool

European stocks pushed higher Monday, with the week getting under way with tensions surrounding North Korea cooling, but Ryanair Holdings PLC underperformed the broader market as the company canceled hundreds of flights.

The Stoxx Europe 600 index SXXP, +0.28% picked up 0.3% to 381.98. All sectors were higher, led by the telecommunications FXK, +0.55% and industrial groups. On Friday, the pan-European benchmark slipped 0.3%, but finished last week up by 1.4%.

Monday’s gains followed advances in Asian equity markets, where South Korea’s Kospi Index SEU, +1.35% jumped 1.4%. U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S.

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