|Day's Range||9,208.00 - 9,395.20|
|52 Week Range||8,286.20 - 10,291.40|
European markets were mixed on Tuesday, as investors wait for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s revised Brexit deal to be accepted or rejected by parliament
Theresa May secured legally binding changes to the Irish Backstop but the AG says its not enough to protect the UK.
Risk appetite jumped early Tuesday as speculative buyers reacted positively to the news that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May might be closer to securing approval for her Brexit deal.
Global equities indices are mixed following Monday’s Wall Street rout as traders await new details on the soon-expected trade deal.
A trade deal between the U.S. and China is starting to take shape but the details are still sketchy, and the global equity market doesn’t care.
Europe’s markets were down on Wednesday, after investors digested a range of world-wide geopolitical concerns, including the first day the Trump-Kim summit’s abrupt end and heightening hostility between Pakistan and India.
Europe’s markets were down on Wednesday, as investors waited for the second Singapore summit to kick off between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
Europe’s indexes dropped on Tuesday, with a boost in the pound weighing on the FTSE 100, and investors waiting for clarity on President Donald Trump’s tariff deadline extension.
Equity markets moved lower as caution sets in. Recent trade developments are good but the details and timing are sketchy.
Europe’s markets were positive on Monday, after President Donald Trump delayed the March 1 tariff deadline on Chinese goods. U.K stocks fell as the pound rose after Prime Minister Theresa May pushed back parliament’s vote on her Brexit deal.
Trade hopes lift global equities but the hardest part is still to come, Chinese Vice Premier Liu is set to meet with US President Donald Trump later today.