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PARIS (Reuters) - L'Oreal's shares rose on Wednesday after the French cosmetics group beat first-quarter sales forecasts. The stock was up around 1.5 percent in early trading, among the biggest gains on ...
The DAX saw a 5th consecutive day in the green, with the CAC40 up for a 6th consecutive day. Today’s stats out of China could rain on the parade…
TOKYO (AP) — Shares were mixed Tuesday in Asia in mostly narrow trading in the absence of any major market-driving news.
A lack of economic data leaves corporate earnings in focus. Early support came from Asia, with little in the way of a positive start to the week.
A larger than expected slide in China imports raised a red flag for the European majors. Earnings will need to impress through the day…
It’s a quiet day on the economic calendar. While monetary policy continues to support appetite for riskier assets, earnings could weigh…
European markets crept higher, brushing off the office of the U.S. Trade Representative’s threat of tariffs on European Union products. How did markets perform? The Stoxx Europe 600 (XX:SXXP) rose nearly 0.
The European futures are in the red at the time of writing. Market sentiment could shift should there be progress on Brexit.
The futures are pointing to a mixed open later this morning. Off the back of an extended run, the markets may need the news wires to extend the run.
Wall Street closed out another solid week of gains Friday as the stock market hit its longest winning streak in a year and a half. Health care, energy and technology companies accounted for much of the broad rally, which extended the S&P 500's consecutive run of gains to seven days. Small company stocks did better than the rest of the market.
It’s looking like another mixed start to the day for the European majors. While there’s been little to rock the boat, today’s stats will influence.
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