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European markets climb as Ukraine-Russia talks raise hopes; Stoxx 600 up 2%


LONDON — European stocks advanced on Tuesday ahead of another round of Ukraine-Russia talks.

The pan-European Stoxx 600 climbed 1.2% by mid-morning, with autos jumping 3% to lead gains as all sectors and major bourses traded in positive territory.

In terms of individual share price movement, Germany’s Delivery Hero added more than 9% to lead the European blue chip index, while Finnish state-owned energy company Fortum fell 3.8%.

The gains in Europe came as investors in the region remained focused on developments in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Face-to-face talks between the two sides are set to continue this week, with delegations from both countries arriving in Turkey as talks resumed on Tuesday.

Ukrainian officials said they would not be opening any humanitarian corridors Monday to allow the evacuation of civilians in light of intelligence that suggested Russian forces may be planning an attack on the evacuation routes.

Elsewhere, U.S. stocks struggled for direction Monday as investors took a pause following two straight weeks of gains. Traders are awaiting a series of key economic reports, while also keeping a close eye on the Federal Reserve’s planned interest rate hikes.

Data releases in the U.S. this week include the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey on Tuesday, and ADP will also release its private payrolls data ahead of the closely watched monthly jobs report, on Friday.

CNBC’s coverage of the Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum continues on Tuesday and CNBC will be hosting panels with key business leaders including Regina Mayor, KPMG global sector head of energy, Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock and Leo Simonovich, vice president and global head of Industrial Cyber & Digital Security at Siemens Energy.

On Monday, the UAE’s energy minister told CNBC at the forum that Russia will always be part of OPEC+ even as governments shun Moscow over the war in Ukraine.

The Bank of England published its latest Quarterly Bulletin Tuesday.

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