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NEW YORK (AP) — Industrial and technology companies and retailers all stumbled Monday as U.S. stocks began the week with losses. General Electric suffered its worst one-day loss in six years following downgrades from analysts.
A revival of break-up hopes at GKN helped the FTSE 100 edge fractionally higher after the London benchmark had its first weekly reverse in more than a month. The UK engineering group was upgraded by Liberum ...
U.K. stocks end a choppy session marginally higher on Monday, with traders erring on the side of caution ahead of a busy week of economic data and earnings
By Helen Reid and Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - Declines among British banks and Mediclinic (MDCM.L) shares kept gains in check on the UK's main share index (.FTSE) on Monday, though engineering group GKN ...
Spanish stocks fell Monday as the political standoff between Madrid and the Catalan region wore on, but a drop in the euro appeared to provide a lift to other European markets.
After pulling back last week and breaking the four-week gaining streak, the United Kingdom’s FTSE 100 Index started this week on a mixed note.
European markets posted modest gains by Monday's close as investors pored over fresh earnings and tried to shake off concerns surrounding Spain.
Spire Healthcare said on Monday it had rejected a takeover offer from Mediclinic International, its largest shareholder, as it "significantly undervalues" the UK private hospital operator. South ...
Japanese equities continued their winning streak on Monday after a landslide victory for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent the Nikkei up more than 1%.
The FTSE 100 initially fell during the week, breaking below the 7500 level at one point, but bounced enough to form a bit of a hammer. The hammer of course is a bullish sign, and I think that we will continue to see buyers jump into this market. Ultimately, this is a market that continues … Continue reading FTSE 100 forecast for the week of October 23, 2017, Technical Analysis
The FTSE 100 narrowly missed a fifth successive week of gains, but positive momentum from UK earnings cemented London as Europe's best-performing major stock market this month. The UK benchmark index was ...
European stocks edged higher Friday, but with traders preferring to err on the side of caution as worries persist about the Spain-Catalonia standoff over independence for the wealthy region.
U.K. stocks significantly trimmed their gains and closed only marginally higher on Friday, weighed by a rise in the pound after a more positive tone came out of the EU summit in Brussels, seen as moving ...
The FTSE closed up 0.2 percent on Friday as sterling bounced back on hopes of a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations, and consumer heavyweights Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser weighed down an index that was earlier lifted by financials. The FTSE 100, which hit a record level last week, was on track for a slight weekly loss after four weeks of robust gains, bruised by sharp drops earlier in the week from Convatec (CTEC.L) and Merlin (MERL.L). British Prime Minister Theresa May won a modest reprieve in stalled talks with the European Union as EU leaders said they would begin preparations to move into the second phase of Brexit talks in December.
European markets closed mixed on Friday afternoon, as investors reacted to corporate earnings and monitored political developments in the region.
Spain Continues to Cast Shadow The European stock markets opened on a bright note as the news of the tax reform bill being passed in the US helped to support the dollar and push it higher during the course of today. This also led to the belief that more goodies are in store for the … Continue reading Market Snapshot – Markets Set to Continue Higher
It would take a crabbed heart indeed not to be impressed by the story of Douglas Ross, Conservative MP for Moray, who on Wednesday missed a crucial vote in order to show up for his second job as a football ...
After pulling back on Thursday, the FTSE 100 Index started higher on Friday and traded with stability in the morning session.
European stock markets moved higher after a largely positive session in Asia, with U.S. tax hopes underpinning sentiment after the U.S. Senate adopted a fiscal budget resolution for 2018 Thursday evening which has buoyed sentiment. However, after reaching record highs during the week global markets seem reluctant to push things much further for now and … Continue reading European Stocks Rally to Fresh Highs but are Capped by Spanish Shares
Worries about Brexit talks between London and Brussels add to the case for dialing back exposure to U.K. stocks, but the biggest reason to underweight them could be the market’s makeup.