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STXE 600 PR.EUR (^STOXX)

Zurich - Zurich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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437.36-3.40 (-0.77%)
At close: 05:50PM CEST
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Previous Close440.76
Open440.06
Volume0
Day's Range437.07 - 440.48
52 Week Range400.03 - 495.46
Avg. Volume193,100,696
  • MarketWatch

    Banks and tech stocks lift European stocks in early trade

    Banks and tech stocks lifted European stocks in early action on Wednesday, ahead of a Federal Reserve decision that will come after the close of trade on the Continent. UniCredit jumped 6% after lifting earnings guidance, while STMicroelectronics rose 3% after results from rival Texas Instruments. The Stoxx Europe 600 rose 0.4%, as futures on the S&P 500 rose 0.9% after heavyweight U.S. tech earnings weren't as bad as feared.

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    European Central Bank hikes interest rates by 50 basis points, approves anti-fragmentation tool

    The European Central Bank on Thursday lifted interest rates by 50 basis points, or half a percentage point, and approved a new tool designed to keep yields on bonds of stressed eurozone countries from spiraling to unsustainable levels. The ECB lifted the rate on its deposit facility to 0% from -0.5%, while the refi rate and the rate on its marginal lending facility were lifted to 0.5% and 0.75%, respectively. The ECB said it approved a new Transmission Protection Instrument, or TPI. The ECB said

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    European Central Bank says it will end QE and begin raising interest rates in July

    The European Central Bank on Thursday said it would end asset purchases on July 1 and raise its key interest rates next month by 25 basis points, or a quarter of a percentage point, as it vowed to bring inflation back down to its target. In a statement following a policy meeting, the ECB's Governing Council said it expected to raise rates again in September, with the size of the move to depend on an updated medium-term inflation outlook. Beyond September, the ECB said it anticipates that a "grad

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