(For a live web site on European stocks, type Dwell/ in an Eikon news window)* BHP warns of slower development outside of China* Pandora slides as August lockdown stall recovery* M&S reveals job cut plans, shares down(Provides comment, updates prices)By Sruthi ShankarAug 18 (Reuters) – European shares pared early losses on Tuesday as travel stocks rebounded, but rising U.S.-China tensions and underwhelming earnings report from mining group BHP weighed on sentiment.The pan-European STOXX 600 index edged up .1%, with vacation and leisure shares gaining .9% just after suffering sharp losses previously this week as numerous European countries imposed curbs amid a decide on-up in coronavirus cases.Other defensive sectors that are regarded as far more steady in moments of financial uncertainty such as real estate , telecoms and utilities rose far more than .4%.The worldwide mood remained cautious right after the Trump administration’s program to tighten curbs on China’s Huawei Systems Co HWT.UL ratcheted up tensions with Beijing. followed record gains for Wall Street’s engineering stocks overnight as buyers purchased into a stellar run this year that has taken the S&P 500 in the vicinity of all-time highs.”What we’re viewing is some consolidation in European markets offered that in the previous two months, we are much more or much less buying and selling sideways as opposed to the U.S. wherever growth stocks have been lifting the over-all market,” mentioned Matthias Bausch, senior cross asset strategist at Commerzbank (DE:).”Liquidity is far more essential than earnings development at the instant, and we have record high dollars supply progress in the U.S. and Europe.”Even so, British isles-stated miner BHP Group , fell 1.5% as its yearly profit fell 4%, missing analysts’ estimate, whilst also warning that most major economies besides China will have to bear the brunt of a coronavirus-led downturn this 12 months. Jewelry maker Pandora tumbled 7.7% as it explained the selection of closed retailers enhanced a little in August, and the current degree of store site visitors is “very well underneath” that was noticed in advance of the lockdowns. Marks & Spencer reversed early gains to trade 3.7% after it unveiled strategies to slash a further more 7,000 employment, dealing the most up-to-date blow to the beleaguered retail sector from the COVID-19 crisis. plumbing materials company Geberit obtained 2.% as it expects the design sector to return to regular in the next 50 % of the yr, presented there is not an additional wave of COVID-19-linked lockdowns.