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British Prime Minister Theresa May is hanging on to her post despite growing backlash to her Brexit plan. Yahoo Finance’s Oscar Williams-Grut has details from London.
Key ministers are quitting Theresa May’s cabinet over her Brexit deal, and that’s driving down the pound. Yahoo Finance’s Alanna Petroff has details from London.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is trying to sell the latest Brexit plan to senior lawmakers, but it may not be a done deal. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Alanna Petroff have details.
Wall Street capped a day of volatile trading with a late-afternoon buying spree that sent U.S. stock indexes to a mostly higher finish Friday.
European markets struggle Friday, finishing in the red and with chunky weekly losses, as concerns about the U.K.’s Brexit deal again hit top banks, and chip makers are dented after Nvidia Corp. warn on weaker sales ahead.
A late afternoon wave of buying moved U.S. stocks higher Thursday. Even so, the market was on course to finish with a steep weekly loss. Gains in health care and energy companies powered the market higher. It also got a brief boost earlier after President Donald Trump expressed optimism that the U.S. and China will reach a deal to resolve their costly trade dispute. The remarks came as representatives of both countries have resumed talks.
Dax likely to trade positive over hawkish cues from Asian markets but upside move will be limited over cautious investor sentiment following overnight bearish rout in wall street.
European stocks were lower Friday afternoon, as investors continued to closely monitor the ongoing political turmoil in the U.K.
EUROPE MARKETS European markets suffered broad losses Thursday, after the resignation of the U.K.’s Brexit secretary and other departures triggered massive uncertainty over the country’s plans to exit from the EU and the future of the government.
LONDON (Reuters) - European shares reversed early morning gains and fell to two-week lows on Thursday in a broad-based selloff as British Prime Minister Theresa May's government was plunged into crisis ...
European markets finish lower on Wednesday as stocks failed to capitalize on an earlier rebound as economic and political worries continued to weigh.
European shares hit their lowest in two weeks on Wednesday in a broadbased sell-off across oil, mining, technology and banking stocks amid renewed worries about a global economic slowdown and Italy's budget crisis deepens. The STOXX and leading euro zone stock indexes hit their lowest since Oct 31 in early deals, recovering some ground later and ending the day near those levels as Wall Street turned lower as Apple led another decline in technology stocks. European tech stocks were down 0.6 percent with chipmaker AMS sinking another 10 percent to the bottom of the STOXX 600.
BEIJING (AP) — Most Asian stock markets declined Thursday after Wall Street fell for a fifth day and Britain's Cabinet endorsed a draft agreement to leave the European Union.
Global stocks retreat as of the world's biggest economies shrink in the wake of world trade disputes and oil prices extend their longest losing streak on record. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has agreed the text of a deal that will take Britain out of the EU, but needs to first convince opposition lawmakers and rebels in her own party if she is to avoid a government collapse and fresh national elections. U.S. equity futures slide as investors pullback from risk markets in the wake of macro economic weakness and political uncertainty, with the Dow called modestly higher ahead of third quarter earnings from Macy's and Cisco.
Traders will be keeping a close eye on moves in oil prices on Wednesday after crude plunged as much as 7 percent in the previous session. Politics will also be a focal point for investors on Wednesday after news of a key breakthrough between Britain and the European Union on a divorce deal. In corporate news, the European Commission sent a statement of objections to Siemens and Alstom over their proposed rail merger on Tuesday.
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mostly lower Wednesday, after the steepest drop in in oil prices in more than three years put investors in a selling mood on Wall Street.
As political woes in european market and news of possible tariff of European auto markets add bearish investor sentiment to European markets investors focus turns to Italian Budget for which EU’s deadline for making changes ends today.
Investors are keeping a close eye on oil prices, after new comments from President Donald Trump. Oil prices fell about 1 percent on Tuesday. Italy's Banca Carige has said that the country's biggest banks and private investors will step in to boost its capital position by up to 400 million euros.
European stocks end sharply lower Monday as investors wrestle with the latest developments tied to Italy’s contentious budget plan and Britain’s negotiation’s to strike a trade pact, as that country’s leaders plot to leave the European Union.
European shares were lower on Monday led by a sell-off in technology stocks after earnings and M&A news from German heavyweights Infineon and SAP, and tobacco was hit by new signs of U.S. regulators tightening the screws on menthol cigarettes. News that Banca Carige has around 400 million euros to plug a hole in its capital base also underscored concerns about the health of the banking sector in the 3rd largest euro zone economy. Technology stocks, among the worst hit by sell-offs in past weeks, were the biggest sectoral fallers, down 3.7 percent.
Asian stocks sank Tuesday after a tech sell-off dragged Wall Street lower. KEEPING SCORE: Tokyo's Nikkei 225 tumbled 3.2 percent to 21,554.45 and Hong Kong's Hang Seng lost 1.1 percent. The Shanghai Composite ...
Global trade tensions and potential debt contagion from Europe’s weaker economic regions has added to the uncertainty and prevented potentially bullish investors from buying on dips.