Europe Markets: Airline stocks gain altitude as Europe plans to welcome more overseas tourists

by— Airline stocks flew higher on Tuesday, as the European Union moved to welcome foreign tourists to the region, a sign that more normal travel and tourism conditions can resume as COVID-19 vaccinations become more widespread.—Europe Markets: Inflation fears grip markets as European stocks and U.S. equity futures slide. Global stocks are under pressure, with stocks falling in Asia, Europe and for U.S. equity futures as a spike in U.S. consumer prices rattles across markets.—Europe Markets: European stocks and U.S. equity futures mixed after records, with commodity stocks in the lead. The week was kicking off with gains for the Stoxx Europe 600, which was aiming at a fresh record, though slightly more cautious. U.S. futures were mixed, while commodity stocks were climbing.—Here's why a jump in capital gains taxes doesn't spell the end for stock market gains, according to the world's largest wealth manager. Stocks rose in 2013 and 1987 after the capital gains tax rate was raised, but there have been declines in other years.