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Stocks fell in Europe as Britain pulled out of the European Union

09:44 am 2019-03-26

  Most European markets fell in early trade on Tuesday, as rising fears of a global recession and looming fears over Britain's pullout from the European Union continued.  Investment incentives were also limited by rising bond yields in the United States. At the same time, Britain's exit from the European Union remained at the center of attention after the British House of Commons on Monday approved the amendment of 328 votes to 302 votes, giving deputies the power to take the agenda and the indicative…More

Nikkei rebounded and the Chinese mainland fell

07:41 am 2019-03-26

  Markets in Asia and the Pacific were mixed on Tuesday as Japan's Nikkei 225 index rebounded after heavy losses on Monday. In the business sector, Nintendo rose more than 5% after reports that two switches will be issued in 2019. At the same time, South Korea's technology giant Samsung warned of weak earnings in the first quarter, amid fears of worse-than-expected business conditions. Samsung warns of weak Q1 earnings Samsung has reported weaker-than-expected earnings for the first quarter due to lower memory chip…More

US markets open in red zone amid fear of economic slowdown

02:38 pm 2019-03-25

Stocks in the US were mostly negative after the opening bell on Monday as the gloom of the global economic slowdown continued to emerge. Most European and Asian stocks were traded in the red zone, amid a vote on Britain's exit from the EU and economic uncertainties. US government bonds traded slightly on the red market after Federal Reserve Chairman Patrick Harker said earlier that the United States maintains a positive economic outlook and that interest rates should be raised at most in 2019. US envoy…More

European stocks are falling due to Brexit and fears of recession

08:32 am 2019-03-25

 European stocks fell in early trade on Monday on fears of an impending recession in the United States as the yield curve reversed for the first time since 2007. At the same time, uncertainty about the UK's exit from the EU contributed to losses. According to reports, UK Prime Minister Theresa May will accept the warning set by the Brixeter leadership and resign from her post if Parliament passes the UK exit package from the EU. At the same time, May may decide against lifting…More

Asian stocks fall sharply amid recession fears

07:45 am 2019-03-25

  Stocks in Asia fell sharply on Monday as investors worried about the recession as a result of weak economic data and a reversal of the US yield curve. Friday . The difference between 3-month Treasuries and 10-year Treasury yields became negative for the first time in more than 10 years. In addition, data showed that economic activity in the private sector in the US and Europe declined in March as the German manufacturing sector rose to its lowest level since 2012. Japanese industrial activity was…More

Wall Street fell as US private sector activity fell in March

03:29 pm 2019-03-22

 Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 1.08% or 282 points at 16:59 GMT with the release of private sector activity, housing and wholesale inventories. Meanwhile, Nike shares fell after the company reported its third-quarter profit after the bell yesterday, showing weaker sales growth in North America. US private sector activity fell in March IHS Markit said in a statement released on Friday that the composite output index in the United States showed a decline in economic activity in the world's most powerful economy, reaching 54.3…More

European stocks diverged after the EU bid to delay Brexit

08:44 am 2019-03-22

 European markets were mixed early on Friday after the European Union confirmed it had agreed to delay Britain's exit from the EU to London. The United Kingdom will be allowed to postpone departure from the EU until May 22 if the House of Commons approves Prime Minister May's deal. If lawmakers reject a third-time withdrawal, Britain's exit from the EU will continue until April 12. At the same time, the PMI figures are expected to be released in the European Union and Germany later in the day.More

Asian markets lower after Japanese data

07:31 am 2019-03-22

The main Asian indexes fell on Friday after Japan announced inflation figures. In addition, the latest report on its industrial activity showed contraction. Meanwhile, there have been reports that US President Donald Trump has insisted on reducing the trade deficit with China as negotiations continue. Japanese industrial activity fell in March Japan's manufacturing activity showed a slowdown, according to the IHS Markit on Friday. The Nikkei Japan Flash Index of industrial purchasing managers did not change in March, at 48.9. The report said manufacturing production…More

Nasdaq is at its highest level in almost 6 months

03:26 pm 2019-03-21

  Nasdaq 100 has reached an invisible level since the beginning of October 2018 during early Wall Street trading on Thursday, with the largest technology companies rising shortly after the opening bell. Initial US jobless claims fell by 9,000 to 221,000  US Jobless Claims for the week ended March 16th fell by 9,000 from a revised figure of 221,000 last week, the US Department of Labor said on Thursday. The four-week moving average was 225,000, down 1,000 on average Revised the previous week of 224,000.…More

European stock exchanges diverged and focus on the brexit

09:27 am 2019-03-21

The main stock markets in Europe diverged early on Thursday ahead of the main meeting of the European Council. EU leaders are due to discuss the request sent by British Prime Minister Teresa May yesterday to delay Britain's exit from the EU until June 30. However, as recent reports indicate, there is no agreement in Brussels on the extension and most member states will insist on May 22 deadline due to the scheduled European Parliament elections. The Bank of England is due to announce its…More

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