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US stocks open at record highs

02:08 pm 2018-09-21

 Two of the three stock indexes opened on record on Friday in New York stock markets. Where fears over the US-China trade war have faded with signs the government in Beijing could ease tensions. Equity investors also appeared to be ashamed of British exit fears, although UK Prime Minister Teresa Mae announced that the EU and its government had reached a "dead end" in the negotiations. Private sector growth slowed in the US in September The private sector showed the slowest growth since April 2017 in September,…More

The growth of the private sector in the euro zone and its stability in Germany has declined

08:35 am 2018-09-21

The euro zone's private sector grew at its second-lowest rate since late 2016 on light industrial activity growth in September, according to a survey of IHSMarket on Friday. The composite output index fell to 54.2 in September from 54.5 in August. The score was expected to remain unchanged at 54.5. Although the mark was well above the 50.0 level unchanged, it was the lowest since November 2016 except in May. Industrial PMI fell to 53.3 from 54.6 a month ago. The result was expected to drop…More

Stocks open in Europe as fears of trade war fade

07:59 am 2018-09-21

  European markets opened in the green zone on Friday, taking advantage of Wall Street's positive sentiment as investors shrugged off concerns over US-China trade tensions over import tariffs. In the United States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S & P 500 recorded the highest closing levels in the previous session. On the data front, traders are waiting for initial PMI figures from the Eurozone and Germany. Netherlands GDP growth for the second quarter  Dutch economic growth accelerated…More

Asian markets are rising after a record close in the US

06:40 am 2018-09-21

  Markets in Asia jumped on Friday as Chinese and Japanese indexes rose more than 1%, following a positive sentiment from the US as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S & P 500 closed higher. At the same time, Japanese data showed a rise in both manufacturing and consumer prices. On Thursday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected leader of the country's Liberal Democratic Party. Japanese industry activity unchanged in July There was no change in Japan's manufacturing activity in July compared to…More

Weekly Unemployment Claims unexpectedly fell and Dow hit its highest level

02:37 pm 2018-09-20

  Unemployment claims for the first time fell to a 50-year low in the week ending Sept. 15, a Labor Department report on Thursday unexpectedly showed. The Labor Department said jobless claims fell to 201,000, down 3,000 from the previous week's unadjusted 204,000. Economists had expected rising claims for unemployed to 210, 000. With the unexpected decline, jobless claims fell to their lowest level since reaching 197,000 in November 1969. The four-week moving average also declined by 2250 to 205.50, falling to its lowest level since December…More

High yield on US bonds and futures contracts for US stock indexes

12:34 pm 2018-09-20

 Yields jumped on US government debt on Thursday before trading in New York stock markets, helped by continued uncertainty over the course of protectionism in US-China trade. However, traders have been more focused on the pressures of rising inflation in the world's largest economy and strengthening the notion that unemployment has fallen below a sustainable minimum. The CME Futures Index showed a 12.8% chance at 1:49 CET that policy makers would increase the target range by a quarter-point, with all other bets being drawn in two or more lows.…More

European stock exchanges are mixed as the EU summit continues

07:48 am 2018-09-20

  European stock markets opened mixed on Thursday ahead of the second day of the EU summit in Salzburg, Austria. One of the most important issues discussed was the UK's exit from the EU, as the two sides still do not agree on the terms. On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May called on the EU to "develop" its negotiating position on Britain's exit from the EU "as the United Kingdom did." But Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said no progress had been made since March in one of…More

Most Asian markets rise after the Moon Summit, Kim

05:59 am 2018-09-20

Most Asian stocks rose on Thursday after South Korean President Moon Jae-un and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reached an agreement on denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula. The two leaders agreed on specific steps on nuclear disarmament in the north and agreed to accept international supervision of the shutdown of the Dongchang-ri test site. Finally, Moon and Kim said they would bid to host the 2032 Summer Olympics together. Seoul wants an "active role" in the process of nuclear disarmament South Korean Foreign Ministry representative…More

US stocks open higher after US housing data releases

01:48 pm 2018-09-19

   US stock markets opened on Wednesday with…More

British and German bonds fell after rising inflation in the UK

11:12 am 2018-09-19

British and German bonds fell after rising UK inflation as market action pushed the FTSE 100 to slightly lower in London as the pound jumped against the dollar after data showed that inflation surprised the upward trend last month. Euro zone stocks fell to moderate gains as the pound trimmed losses against the euro, while British and German government long-term debt prices fell much more than US Treasuries. European Bonds UK ponds fell slightly for two years and yields fell 0.4 basis points to…More

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