|Day's Range||387.19 - 389.70|
|52 Week Range||329.58 - 392.08|
European markets were subdued on Wednesday as trade war concerns spilled over onto the continent but Eurozone inflation data maintained hopes of fresh stimulus.
European markets edged down on Tuesday as the dust settled on last week’s rally and concerns over a trade war tempered gains.
European markets nudged higher on Monday as investors shrugged off news that China’s GDP growth has fallen to a 27-year low.
Our call of the day comes from a money manager who says he got out of stocks and bonds in early July, and why investors should follow suit.
European markets edged higher on further signs of a Federal Reserve rate cut but the DAX struggled after a damaging profit warning from German car giant Daimler.
European markets rose after Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell’s dovish comments but were held back after the U.S. became embroiled in a spat with France over digital tax plans.
European markets edged lower as all eyes turned to Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell’s testimony later on Wednesday.
European markets declined after chemicals giant BASF’s severe profit warning over a global automotive slowdown weighed on investors.
The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) slid 0.4% and the DAX (DX:DAX) fell 0.2% as markets opened softer after Thursday’s flat day of trading, when the Fourth of July holiday kept U.S. markets quiet. Mining stocks have also been under pressure after China’s major steel companies formed a group to investigate the recent record surge in iron ore prices, taking the FTSE 100 (UK:UKX) down 0.3%. European markets tumbled further after strong U.S. jobs data put an expected Federal Reserve interest-rate cut, possibly as soon as later this month, in doubt.
European markets remained cautious despite Wall Street closing at record highs Wednesday, as trade war concerns lingered. Markets have been subdued with the U.S. shut for business for the Fourth of July holiday.
U.S. stocks end higher on Tuesday despite gloomy outlook for world economy that are driving bond yields lower.
EUROPE MARKETS European equities were mixed Tuesday as U.S. officials increased the pressure on the European Union over alleged subsidies to airplane maker Airbus SE. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) was at 388.
EUROPE MARKETS European markets edged upward on Friday as investors were cautiously optimistic that the G-20 summit would see the easing of trade tensions. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) rose 0.
Our call of the day comes from Barclays analysts who evaluate which sectors will be hurt most, and who will benefit, if the U.S.’s trade disputes with China, Mexico and others are prolonged
Most European markets declined Thursday morning, as investors mulled over mixed messages on the US-China trade deal front and negative economic data from the European Commission.
European markets increased as optimism grew regarding U.S.-China trade talks at the coming G-20 summit. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC that a trade deal with China was “90% of the way there” when talks broke off. Speaking in Bahrain, Mnuchin said he expected U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping would make progress on a deal at the G-20 summit in Japan later this week.
EUROPE MARKETS European stock markets ticked down Tuesday as U.S. and China representatives began signalling ahead of the G-20 summit. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) dipped 0.1% to 383.
EUROPE MARKETS European markets were slightly positive as geopolitical tensions could not dent the week’s central bank-driven rally. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) was flat at 386.2, after climbing 1.
Our call of the day, from Tracie McMillion, head of global asset allocation strategy for Wells Fargo Investment Institute, isn’t expecting the S&P 500 has much more to give this year. She’s urging her clients to pare back if they start shooting higher.
EUROPE MARKETS European markets continued to rally after the U.S. Federal Reserve indicated it was considering future rate cuts at its policy meeting Wednesday. How did markets perform? The Stoxx 600 (XX:SXXP) was 0.
European markets did not continue the rally that began in Asian markets as investors looked to central bank meetings in Europe and the U.S. U.S. President Donald Trump gave fresh hope to investors as he announced on Twitter that he would meet Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit next week in Osaka, Japan. Trade negotiations had been stalled since mid-May after the U.S. accused China of reneging on aspects of the deal that had already been agreed, with China firing back in state media.