|Day's range||22,079.10 - 22,273.42|
|52-week range||22,079.10 - 22,273.42|
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.
European stocks fell Wednesday, tracking losses across global markets as oil prices fell and investors were filled with fresh uncertainty with regards to a potential trade deal between the U.S. and China.
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.
Europe’s markets ticked up on Friday, as investors digest yesterday’s interest rates announcement from the European Central Bank’s and eye up a possible trade resolution between the U.S. and Mexico
FOMC rate cut hopes rise, the ECB holds rates steady but the outlook for stimulus grows, and central bankers around the world turn dovish.
The global indices rebounded in early Tuesday trading after China toned down its trade-war rhetoric.
Global equities fall as trade tensions intensify and China threatens to disrupt the rare-earth metals market.
Trade relations remains in focus and geopolitical risk escalates after China indicates it won’t back down to U.S. demands.
European stocks move higher on Monday, with some relief over EU Parliament election results and drug, banks and auto shares among companies leading markets north.
Equities rebound on comments from Trump, he says the trade war may end soon but China’s posturing doesn’t support the claim.
Europe’s bourses head higher Friday as investors appear to find some buying appetite as President Donald Trump moderates his tactics against Huawei Technologies Inc., signaling some softening in U.S.-China trade animosities
European markets traded in the red on Thursday, as the U.S. and China are set to brace themselves for a prolonged trade standoff.