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European stocks open lower after Italy approves budget

09:40 am 2018-12-24

 London and Paris stock markets started trading on Monday, one day before the Christmas holiday, while the German DAX index closed. Both the FTSE 100 and the CAC40 will trade in a short trading session due to the Christmas holidays Italian budget The Italian Parliament adopted the budget agreement reached with Brussels with a deficit target of 2.04%. Over the weekend as the parliament voted to increase social spending pledged by the populist government amid opposition complaints that the process was hastily completed to…More

Asian markets diverge before Christmas

07:55 am 2018-12-24

     Asian markets were trading on Monday before Christmas, following another volatile week on Wall Street. The trade negotiations between China and the United States have not shown any sign of progress. White House adviser Peter Navarro said it would be difficult to reach an agreement unless Beijing changed its trade and industrial practices. Meanwhile, Mitsui said it was considering buying a stake in the Novatek Arctic LNG 2 project, while the Australian accounting software company MYOB decided to board a takeover offer from KKR & Co. …More

US stocks after US GDP data

02:56 pm 2018-12-21

 US equity markets started trading on Friday high from a sell-off earlier this week, in which the Dow and Nasdaq 100 fell to a 14-month low. The stock market recovery comes despite a standoff in Washington over the wall of US President Donald Trump on the Mexican border, which could lead to the government's closure later in the day. Yesterday, the House of Representatives included additional funding for border security in the spending bill to keep the government open until Feb. 8, but legislation must now…More

European shares are down in the last trading session

10:48 am 2018-12-21

  European shares fell on Friday after a Fed rate hike on Wednesday. Investors expect GDP figures for the US and UK later in the day. Gf Akke: German consumer confidence stable in December Confidence among consumers in Germany was stable in December but failed to record any significant changes from November, according to the GfK report on Friday. Market Research Institute predicted that the consumer climate index will remain unchanged at 10.4 points in January 2019. Economic outlook continued to decline in…More

Asian markets fall after Wall Street selling

04:35 am 2018-12-21

 Stock markets in East Asia and Australia fell mostly on Friday after Wall Street losses on Thursday. The United States has accused Beijing of cracking down on the Internet. The Ministry of Justice in the country accused two Chinese citizens of being involved in data theft. Beijing has since denied the allegations. Meanwhile, Carlos Ghosn, former president of Nissan Motor Co., has arrested him on charges of "alleged breach of trust." Ghosn was arrested again for breach of trust Former Tokyo Motor…More

European markets open lower after Fed decision

09:04 am 2018-12-20

 European markets fell shortly after Thursday's opening bell as investors reacted to yesterday's decision by the US Federal Reserve to raise the benchmark lending rate by 25 basis points. At the same time in the UK, traders are waiting for the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee to announce its latest interest rate decision. Deutsche Bank fell 4.5% on the back of the loss of the workforce in Asia by 30% German bank Deutsche Bank fell more than 4.5% to its lowest…More

Stocks in Asia are trading lower as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates

07:16 am 2018-12-20

  The major Asia Pacific indexes fell on Thursday after the Federal Reserve decided to raise the benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points to 2.25% to 2.50%. At the same time, the Bank of Japan decided to leave its monetary policy unchanged, with a negative interest rate of 0.1%. Japanese court denies Ghosn detention Tokyo District Court has ruled that it will not extend the period of detention of former Nissan Motor President Carlos Ghosn and CEO Greg Kelly, media reported on Thursday. The court could…More

European stocks open higher and focus on US Fed

08:48 am 2018-12-19

 European markets were trading in the Green Zone on Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's interest rate decision later in the day. The US central bank is expected to raise interest rates for the fourth time this year despite President Donald Trump's invitation to the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates, claiming that raising them would be a "mistake".   On the data front, Germany recorded an annualized rise of 3.3% in producer prices, while UK inflation figures and construction data in the euro area will be announced today.  …More

Asian markets are mixed after the first trading of Softbank

07:17 am 2018-12-19

 Asian markets fell sharply on Wednesday as investors watched Softbank emerge. On the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Japanese technology stocks fell almost 10% from the IPO price. Nissan CEO attends board meeting of Renault Nissan Motor CEO Hiroto Seikawa attended a regular meeting of their partner Renault in an effort to ease tensions within the car alliance after the arrest of former President Carlos Ghosn. Renault CEO Thierry Bolor also attended the meeting at the alliance headquarters in Amsterdam, while the chairman and…More

European stocks fell amid the political turmoil in the UK

09:59 am 2018-12-18

 Stocks in Europe's main stock markets rose in early trade on Tuesday, a day after UK Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbin announced a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Teresa May to postpone a vote on the Brexit . Subsequently, it was reported that May was not planning to allow the House of Commons to have an opinion on its future leadership. However, Corbin still has the option of initiating a no-confidence motion in the entire government, which does not require the Prime Minister's approval. More

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