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Global equities plunge after the U.S. ten-year treasury yield inverts, Trump is cleared of colluding with Russia.
Growth outlook, Brexit Chaos, and Trade fears weigh on global indices with no end to the turmoil in sight.
FOMC meeting in sharp focus, Brexit Blocked, markets flat but big moves are in store.
Another FOMC meeting comes into focus while traders wait anxiously for news on U.S./China trade talks.
European markets were positive on Friday, as investors took stock of the latest U.K. parliamentary vote to ask E.U. leaders to extend Britain’s withdrawal from the E.U.
No-Deal Brexit is off the table, at least that’s what the UK says, but it may not matter. If the EU doesn’t agree the UK may have no choice.
European markets gained on Thursday, as investors prepare for the U.K. parliament’s next Brexit vote on whether to extend Britain's March 29 deadline to leave the European Union
May’s Brexit deal gets voted down again, now lawmakers must decide what to do next and that decision will move the market.
European markets struggled for direction on Wednesday, as investors reacted to U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s defeat over her revised agreement to leave the European Union
Europe’s indexes finish in positive territory Monday, led higher partly by banks, with investors also awaiting a scheduled U.K. parliamentary vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit.
Europe’s indexes fell on Friday, after economic slowdown fears were compounded by disappointing Chinese export data
European markets were down on Thursday, after the European Central Bank lowered its growth forecasts for the region and said interest rates would stay lower for longer as it announced new stimulus measures.
EUROPE MARKETS Europe’s markets were mixed on Wednesday, with banking and autos sectors under pressure and investors waiting for further details on a potential U.S./ China trade deal. How are markets performing? The Stoxx Europe 600 (XX:SXXP) was flat on at 375.
Europe’s markets holding around the flat line Tuesday, initially gaining after China set its new growth targets. Investors are watching Wall Street for direction.
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 up on Monday after reports the U.S. and China are rapidly moving towards an agreement to end their prolonged tariff war
It’s a busy week ahead. Central banks are in action, as is the Chinese government and that’s before looking at the stats and what Trump has to offer.
Europe’s markets were positive on Friday, following on from refreshed trade deal hopes and the latest manufacturing figures from China