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European markets were up on Friday, after reports that the U.S. is considering reducing tariffs on Chinese imports raised investor hopes
EUROPE MARKETS European indexes were in the red on Thursday, as French bank Société Générale SA announced it expected its fourth-quarter capital markets revenues to fall by around 20%. In the U.K., Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a no-confidence vote, freeing her to start cross-party discussions on finding a way forward on Brexit.
A round of better than expected bank earnings has the US equity futures moving higher in the early morning session. The financial sector led the EU market at midday with gains averaging 1.0%. The Shanghai Composite closed with no movement, 0.0%, for the day while the Hong Kong Heng Seng and Shenzen markets both saw small gains.
European markets finish higher Tuesday, in an up-and-down session, as Chinese government officials outline plans to boost the country’s sluggish economy.
European markets dropped on Monday, as investors wait for the U.K. parliament’s vote over Prime Minister Theresa May’s contentious Brexit withdrawal agreement on Tuesday
European stock indexes climbed on Wednesday, amid optimism over extended trade talks between China and the U.S.
European markets were up on Tuesday, as optimism over reignited trade talks between the U.S. and China spurred investors to buy perceived riskier assets.
Investors in European markets were hesitant on Monday, as although U.S./ China trade talks are set to continue this week concerns over Chinese consumption remain.
After a choppy start to the year, its a big week ahead, with trade talks, the U.S government shut down, Brexit and Central Bank chatter in focus.
European markets bounced back on Friday, after Apple’s sales projection downgrade triggered a global downward spiral for markets
EUROPE MARKETS European stocks opened lower on Thursday as a surprise sales downgrade from Apple jolted markets. As a result, the technology sector led the decline, with Switzerland’s Ams AG losing 20%.
European markets began 2019 with Wednesday losses as a downbeat trading day in Asia and gloomy investor sentiment spread across global markets.
It was quite a year for the global financial markets, with never a dull moment seeing the U.S majors hit record highs before hitting bear territory late in the year, the year culminating in the Dow seeing its worse Christmas Eve on record and its best single day gain in history.
German stocks book a sharp gain Friday, but record the worst annual return in 10 years. Meanwhile, Europe’s benchmarks followed strong advances in the U.S.
Most European stock indexes on Thursday book sharp losses, as weaker oil prices and a retreat following Wednesday’s stunning equity-market surge weighs on sentiment.
While the holiday season upon us, Trump’s talk of sacking the FED Chair and market angst over the economic outlook will influence in the week ahead.
A key gauge of European stocks finish slightly higher Friday, avoiding a fall into bear-market territory on Friday, amid concerns over a global growth worries.
European markets were positive on Wednesday, as investors anticipate the decision of the U.S. central bank to potentially raise interest rates for the fourth time this year.
Italy's government has reached an accord with the European Union regarding its controversial budget proposal for 2019, which may avert a clash with officials of Europe's trade bloc, according to reports. Rome's draft budget proposal earlier this year drew a swift rebuke from Brussels because it would have resulted in a budget deficit of 2.4% of gross domestic product, running afoul of EU membership rules. This led to the EU launching a so-called "excessive deficit procedure" against Italy in November, and caused investors to fret about the health of the eurozone's third-largest economy and the stability of the EU more broadly.
Asian equities slumped across the board following a massive sell-off in the US market. The US market was able to stage a significant rebound on Tuesday as all sectors move higher.
European markets were mostly in the red on Tuesday, as crude oil prices plummeted to new lows and investors remained jittery over an expected U.S. interest rate hike.
European markets fell Monday, as investors cautiously approached the final full week of trading in 2018 ahead of the Christmas break.
It’s an action packed week ahead, with Brexit, the FED, the BoE, China’s CEWC and a slew of economic data to drive the markets and let’s not forget Trump…