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U.K. stocks decline on Thursday, as traders digest a defeat to the government’s Brexit bill and looked ahead to the last Bank of England policy meeting for the year.
The Fed's widely-anticipated rate hike still has markets scrambling to re-set prices amid a busy slate of central bank decisions and the potential for a final decision on U.S. tax reform.
European stocks opened slightly lower on Thursday morning, as investors reacted to the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates.
Investors hoping for a reprieve from European geopolitical volatility in 2018 shouldn’t hold their breath. At the same time, a resulting weaker euro and price swings could mean better returns for equities....
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stocks were mixed on Thursday after the Fed raised rates again, meeting investor expectations but providing few surprises.
Stocks in Europe dropped as investors await the outcome of the last European Central Bank meeting of the year. The euro was steady along with core European bonds after Treasuries dropped in the wake of ...
European stocks pulled back from a five-week high Wednesday, with Italian stocks losing the most as the country begins to gear up for a national election next year.
British shares steadied on Wednesday as investors' anticipation of a rate rise from the U.S. Federal Reserve drove financial stocks higher while high-yielding consumer stocks suffered. The FTSE 100 and mid-cap indices ended less than 0.1 percent lower, outperforming the broader European market which fell ahead of the rate decision. The prospect of rising rates in the United States drove sector performance on Wednesday, boosting financials while dragging on housebuilders and consumer stocks.
In this series, we’ll analyze the November performances of the services PMIs for developed economies, including the United States, the United Kingdom, the Eurozone, Germany, France, Spain, and Japan.
European stock markets are mostly down, after a largely positive session in Asia. Japan underperformed as the yen strengthened amid a wider dip in the dollar, amid fresh concerns about Trump’s legislative agenda following the Democrats’ victory in Alabama and this also weighed on European markets, leaving the DAX down along with the Euro Stoxx 50. The FTSE 100 outperformed slightly as weaker than expected unemployment numbers knocked sterling down from highs, the IBEX, which was hit by the government’s sale of a 7% stake in Bankia Tuesday bounced back, while Italy’s MIB underperformed in tandem with BTPs amid reports of a general election in early March next year.