|Day's Range||5,623.03 - 5,683.93|
|52 Week Range||4,555.99 - 5,696.25|
Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous, Brian Sozzi and Jared Blikre discuss what's moving the markets with Dave Tayeh, Investcorp Head of Private Equity North America and Tony Bedikian, Citizens Bank Managing Director and Head of Global Markets around Thursday's opening bell.
Global shares sank on Monday as weaker-than-expected economic data added to investor worries over the unresolved U.S.-China trade dispute's effects on the world economy. European stock markets opened lower as surveys of purchasing managers from France, Germany, and the euro zone came in weaker than expected. Germany's DAX index hit its lowest level in nearly two weeks, down 1.35% after the euro zone data, while France's CAC 40 fell nearly 1%.
Investing.com -- European stock markets turned lower Monday as another round of disappointingly weak readings from regional business surveys showed there’s still no sign of a turnaround in the economy.
Investing.com -- European stock markets opened mostly lower, overshadowed by the collapse of U.K. travel group Thomas Cook and another rise in oil prices due to lingering geopolitical concerns.
Uncertainty over the trade weighed on the majors in the early part of the day. Private sector PMIs and geopolitics will be the key drivers today.
Geopolitics is in focus, with Brexit, Iran, and the U.S – China trade war likely to keep the markets busy. Stats and the RBNZ are also of influence.
It was another busy week for the global financial markets. Economic data, monetary policy and geopolitics kept the markets on their toes.
The futures are pointing to a mixed start to the day for the majors. Eurozone consumer confidence and Brexit will be likely drivers on the day.
Futures point to a positive start to the day as the FED delivers on a rate cut and talk of more down the road should the need arise.
Earnings news sent Adobe and FedEx lower Wednesday. Insurer Travelers dragged on the Dow Jones today, ahead of the Fed policy decision.
Home Depot stock weighed on the Dow Jones today and oil prices eased somewhat after Monday's spike.
European stocks on Tuesday floundered for direction, though oil producers remained well bid as oil futures held onto a lion’s share of the advance after the attack in Saudi Arabia.
Uncertainty over how the U.S will respond to the strike on Saudi oil fields will test the majors early. There’s also Brexit to factor in…
Exxon Mobil propped up the Dow Jones today, but stocks drilled lower as oil prices spiked and a workers' strike affected General Motors stock.
Geopolitical risk returns as the markets respond to the attacks on Saudi oil fields. With economic data on the lighter side, Brexit will also be in focus.
It’s a big week ahead for the markets. The FED, the BoE and Brexit are in focus, with stats and chatter on trade also needing some attention.
British politics, the ECB, and the U.S – China trade war stole the show in the week. While risks remain, there was a material shift in geopolitical risk.
It was yet another day of gains for the majors as they approach record levels. As market risks abate it may well be a return to the stats for direction.
Visa stock ran on the Dow Jones today, as LKQ and Activision lead as stock turn mixed early Thursday, despite a positive ECB vote and fresh trade war news.
European stocks move higher on Thursday after the European Central Bank delivers fresh stimulus in the form of a deposit-rate cut and fresh asset buying plans.
It’s a big day for the majors. While economic data is on the heavier side, it’s all down to the ECB monetary policy decision. It’s sink or swim time…