|Day's range||13,008.07 - 13,109.13|
|52-week range||11,357.15 - 13,525.56|
U.S. stocks moved broadly higher in late-afternoon trading Friday, placing the major indexes on course for new highs. Technology companies, banks and health care stocks were among the biggest gainers. Investors were encouraged by signs that the Republican-backed tax overhaul bill was making progress in Congress. They also weighed the latest batch of company earnings news.
Stocks across Europe finish lower Friday, as retail and bank shares traveled in negative territory, marking the third straight loss for many regional benchmarks and a decline for the week.
The European stock markets are a bit subdued after an initial move higher yesterday on the back of the ECB press conference. The markets have now got a sudden realisation that the extension of QE and the growth forecasts were actually dovish and hence we are seeing the euro on the backfoot and we are also seeing the stock markets being a bit lower. The delay in the tax reform bill in the US is also weighing on the stock markets in Asia and Europe though the futures in the US point higher during this period.
At 5:45 AM EST on December 15, the FTSE 100 Index was trading at 7,436.75—a fall of 0.15%. The iShares MSCI United Kingdom (EWU) fell 0.25% on December 14.
European stocks moved lower on Friday, with sentiment curbed by concerns over plans to overhaul the tax system in the U.S.
With the ECB meeting during the day on Thursday, we have seen a significant amount of volatility in the German index. The question is now where do we go next?
European stocks closed at their lowest in a week Thursday, with bank shares in the red, and they struggled throughout the session even after data showed eurozone business activity revved up this month....
Asian stock markets were mostly lower Friday as uncertainty about the progress of a sweeping U.S. tax revamp outweighed an optimistic Japanese economic survey. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 ...
DAX index continues to range and consolidate as we head towards the end of the year when the ranges are expected to get even tighter
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stocks were mixed on Thursday after the Fed raised rates again, meeting investor expectations but providing few surprises.
European stocks pulled back from a five-week high Wednesday, with Italian stocks losing the most as the country begins to gear up for a national election next year.
European stocks ended Wednesday's trading session in the red, as investors waited for the outcome of the Fed's two-day policy meeting.
European stock markets are mostly down, after a largely positive session in Asia. Japan underperformed as the yen strengthened amid a wider dip in the dollar, amid fresh concerns about Trump’s legislative agenda following the Democrats’ victory in Alabama and this also weighed on European markets, leaving the DAX down along with the Euro Stoxx 50. The FTSE 100 outperformed slightly as weaker than expected unemployment numbers knocked sterling down from highs, the IBEX, which was hit by the government’s sale of a 7% stake in Bankia Tuesday bounced back, while Italy’s MIB underperformed in tandem with BTPs amid reports of a general election in early March next year.
German markets pulled back initially during the trading session on Tuesday, but filled the gap that formed several days ago, and then started to rally again. This is a technically bullish sign, and therefore I am a buyer.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks were mixed Wednesday following overnight gains on Wall Street as investors looked ahead to a likely U.S. interest rate hike.
European stocks close in the green Tuesday, with smart-card maker Gemalto NV and retail giant Steinhoff Holdings NV scoring notable gains.