|Bid||50.15 x 1500|
|Ask||51.50 x 36600|
|Day's Range||53.87 - 55.08|
|52 Week Range||41.25 - 57.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||2.29|
|Dividend & Yield||3.39 (5.71%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
European shares inched higher on Thursday, with investors less keen to chase the previous session's strong rally that came on the back of the relatively dovish tone struck by Fed chair Janet Yellen overnight. The pan-European STOXX 600 was up 0.3 percent at its close while blue-chips gained 0.4 percent, with rate-sensitive real estate stocks, which were top gainers on Wednesday, tracking more modest gains. On Wednesday, the European benchmark posted its best day since Emmanuel Macron's victory in the first round of French presidential elections, as banks and yield plays rallied.
European shares inched higher on Thursday with investors less keen to chase the previous session's strong rally that came on the back of the relatively dovish tone struck by Fed chair Janet Yellen overnight. ...
European shares fell on Thursday, but ended off lows as jitters over political turmoil in the United States abated, while stocks exposed to Brazil were hit after a scandal embroiled the country's president. On Wednesday, the pan-European benchmark saw its biggest one-day drop in eight months on worries about U.S. President Donald Trump's ability to enact stimulus policies after reports he may have tried to interfere with a federal investigation. "Current thinking goes that the Trump trade is unwinding... But looking at financial conditions suggests that rumours of the Trump trade's demise have been greatly exaggerated," said Aberdeen Asset Management Senior Investment Manager James Athey.