LONDON (Reuters) - The U.S.-China trade war bit again on Monday, denting European stock markets after tariffs from the world's biggest economies came into force and China cancelled planned talks, triggering new fears of a protracted, costly trade dispute.
Europe's STOXX 600 <.STOXX> fell 0.1 percent with Germany's trade-sensitive DAX <.GDAXI> down 0.3 percent. Autos and mining sectors, among the most dependent on smooth global trade, fell the furthest, down 0.8 to 0.9 percent.
The leading euro zone stocks index <.STOXX50E> fell 0.3 percent, breaking its longest winning streak since 1997.
Dealmaking drove the greatest moves across sectors, with Europe's biggest pay-TV group Sky
Sky shares jumped 8.6 percent to 17.23 pounds, just below Comcast's cash offer of 17.28 pounds a share.
British travel operator Thomas Cook Group
Thomas Cook peer TUI
Shares in Danish medical equipment firm Coloplast
(Reporting by Helen Reid; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)