|Day's Range||22,111.55 - 22,282.94|
|52 Week Range||22,111.55 - 22,282.94|
It’s a big week for the global financial markets. Geopolitics, monetary policy, and a busy economic calendar will have plenty of influence…
Ex-premier Giuseppe Conte on Thursday accepted a fresh mandate to try and cobble together a new government backed by the populist 5-Star Movement and the center-left Democrats, aimed at blocking right-wing League leader Matteo Salvini’s power grab.
In the middle of the summer, deputy Prime Minister and Lega party leader Matteo Salvini decided to abruptly put an end to the current coalition government, effectively run by Salvini himself and 5Stars leader Luigi Di Maio.
Italian stocks dropped sharply in early trade on Friday as Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy's League party, called for a snap election. The FTSE MIB dripped 1.6% in Milan while the broader Stoxx Europe 600 fell 0.2%. U.S. stock futures also were lower.
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.
Global markets are mixed as geopolitical tensions mounts, Trump prepares to hike tariffs, and the FOMC meeting comes into sharp focus.
Global markets are moving lower with chip stocks and tech in the lead. Weaker than expected data in China weighs on sentiment.
Global equities rebound, snapping a two-day losing streak as the June rally resumes its upward trajectory.
The global indices are moving higher on trade hopes, FOMC optimism, and a new round of stimulus from China.
It’s another action-packed week ahead. Central bank chatter, trade, UK politics, and economic data will keep the markets on their toes.
FOMC rate cut hopes rise, the ECB holds rates steady but the outlook for stimulus grows, and central bankers around the world turn dovish.