Oil Rises As Markets Eye OPEC, Russia Meeting On Output Cuts

Oil rebounded on Wednesday after a two-day fall, lifted by hopes that a meeting between OPEC members and allied producers on Thursday will trigger output cuts to shore up prices that have crumbled amid the coronavirus pandemic. Brent crude was up by 21 cents, or 0.8%, at $32.08 per barrel by 0639 GMT after falling […]

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Stocks Climb, Trying To Extend Winning Streak

U.S. stocks rose sharply Tuesday, buoyed by early indications that the spread of the coronavirus pandemic was slowing in some hot spots around the world. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 2.8% in midday trading, a day after rising almost 8%. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite also jumped, climbing 2.3% and 1.5% respectively. […]

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Global Markets Follow U.S. Higher

Global markets largely extended gains, after major indexes in the U.S. jumped more than 7% amid early signs that lockdowns could be helping stem the coronavirus pandemic internationally. While the U.S. coronavirus death toll surpassed 10,000, new models suggested infections in some of the worst-hit American cities, including New York, Detroit and New Orleans, were […]

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Economic Calendar – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week

The main focus will once again be on U.S. labor market, with Thursday’s initial jobless claims report, which has already shown an unprecedented jump of around 10 million over the past two weeks. Oil prices look set to crater again on Monday as the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia intensifies. Meanwhile, Wednesday’s Federal […]

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U.S. Postal Service Could Shut Down By June

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, postal workers have been on the front lines, considered “essential workers” who must continue to do their jobs as usual while others stay home. But some lawmakers are warning that without more support, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) could completely shut down in the next few months, threatening the livelihoods of […]

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U.S. Employers Cut 711,000 Jobs In March

The unemployment rate for March rose to 4.4% from 3.5% in February. It was the largest one-month increase in the rate since January 1975. The data doesn’t yet fully reflect the millions of unemployment-insurance claims individuals filed in the last two weeks of March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The monthly decline in payrolls was […]

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European Markets Mixed As Coronavirus Cases Top 1 Million

Global stock markets have experienced a shaky start to the second quarter this week as investors to assess the potential economic ramifications of widespread lockdowns and the persistent spread of the coronavirus. European markets were searching for direction on Friday morning as another rocky week of trading draws to a close amid the deepening coronavirus […]

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Wall Street Opens Mixed After New Jobless Shock

U.S. stock markets opened lower again on Thursday after another record-breaking rise in initial jobless claims underlined the scale of the damage being wrought on the U.S. economy by the Covid-19 pandemic. Another 6.65 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week, over twice as many as the 3.3 million who claimed a week earlier […]

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U.S. Stock Futures Rebound, Oil Surges

U.S. stock futures recovered some ground Thursday, while oil prices surged on hopes of an end to the Saudi Arabia-Russia price war. Contracts tied to the S&P 500 rose 1.6%, suggesting that the index may recover some of its losses when trading gets under way in New York. U.S. equities endured their worst start to […]

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U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Seen At Record High

“The U.S. labor market is in free-fall,” said Gregory Daco, chief U.S. economist at Oxford Economics in New York. The number of Americans filing claims for unemployment benefits likely shot to a record high for a second week in a row as more jurisdictions enforced stay-at-home measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic, which economists say […]

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French Manufacturing Plunges Into Deepest Slump In Seven Years

French manufacturing activity fell in March at the fastest pace in more than seven years as a nationwide lockdown to contain the coronavirus outbreak hits companies and their clients, a monthly survey showed on Wednesday. Data compiler IHS Markit said its final Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 43.2 points from 49.8 in February, slightly […]

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Global Stocks On Track For Worst Quarter Since 2008

U.S. futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average ticked up 0.8%, suggesting that the gauge may climb for a second consecutive day after the opening bell in New York. That may still leave the blue-chip index down by the most since the three months ended December 2008, when the Dow plummeted almost 20%. The […]

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Economic Indicators: China Factory Activity Unexpectedly Expands

Factory activity in China unexpectedly expanded in March from a collapse the month before, but analysts caution that a durable near-term recovery is far from assured as the global coronavirus crisis knocks foreign demand and threatens a steep economic slump. China’s official Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose to 52 in March from a plunge to […]

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Global Stocks Fall as Oil Dips Below $20

Today’s Stock Market News { Monday – 30 March – 2020 } In Monday-afternoon trading in Hong Kong, S&P 500 futures rose about 1%, reversing earlier declines and suggesting that U.S. shares could rise at the start of the week. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note, a security that is seen as a […]

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Financial Markets – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week

The negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the U.S. labor market will begin to become more apparent this week. Friday’s nonfarm payrolls report for March is expected to show a large drop amid the lockdown in many cities and states that has shuttered businesses and sparked a massive wave of staff layoffs. Thursday’s jobless […]

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Congress just passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill to address the growing economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Included are direct payments to many Americans. Individuals are eligible for up to $1,200 and couples would receive up to $2,400 — plus $500 per child. But the payments would start phasing out for individuals with […]

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Financial Markets: European Shares Jump Again On Stimulus Bump

European shares rose on Wednesday following a strong rally in the previous session, as investors bet on unprecedented stimulus measures to ease the economic pain on businesses and households from the coronavirus pandemic. The pan-European STOXX 600 index (STOXX) was up 2.1% at 0804 GMT, with energy (SXEP), industrials (SXNP), financials (SXFP) and miners (SXPP) […]

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Stocks Rebounded Aggressively From A Three-Year Low

Stocks rebounded aggressively from a three-year low Tuesday as traders hoped U.S. lawmakers were close to an agreement on a stimulus bill to rescue the economy from the damage caused by the coronavirus. Today Stock Market News Economic Indicators Business Commodities Insights The Dow soared more than 1,600 points, or 8.7%. The S&P 500 gained […]

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U.S. Futures And Global Equities Rise After Fed Move

U.S. stock-index futures and global equities rose after the Federal Reserve stepped up its assistance to the American economy, saying it would back lending to businesses and buy essentially unlimited amounts of government debt. S&P 500 futures gained more than 3% in early afternoon trading on Tuesday in Hong Kong, suggesting U.S. shares could rise […]

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Financial Markets – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week

This week market watchers will be looking at economic data releases for early indications of the scale of the impact from the coronavirus pandemic, but the main focus will continue to be on the response from governments and central banks who are ramping up stimulus measures amid market fears over whether steps announced so far […]

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These Five Warning Signs Highlight Virus’s Rapid Economic Impact

The economic losses from the coronavirus have transitioned from hints of serious difficulties just a week ago to a devastating stoppage at countless U.S. restaurants, hotels, movie theaters, gyms and other service providers, with millions of employees now idled. While still largely invisible in the mostly dated official economic data, the destruction is clear in […]

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Stock Market Today: Technology Sector Leads A Turnaround

Stocks turned higher Thursday, erasing losses from earlier in the day as sharp gains in tech shares led to a turnaround. The Dow was up more than 400 points, or 2.1%. The S&P 500 was up 1.5%, while the Nasdaq outperformed with a 3.2% surge. Shares of Netflix and Facebook rose 7.6% and 5.8%, respectively. […]

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World Leaders Rush In To Shore Up Panic-Hit Global Financial System

World leaders raced to shore up panic-stricken global markets on Thursday, pouring liquidity into the financial system as investors everywhere dumped assets, switching to dollars in cash amid the escalating coronavirus pandemic. Policymakers in the United States, Europe and Asia resorted to emergency action as the pandemic left their economies virtually comatose, with quarantined consumers, […]

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Financial Markets Tumbles Again On Recession Fears

Trading in U.S. stock was again suspended almost immediately after the opening on Wednesday, after another huge wave of selling driven by fears of a coronavirus-induced recession. By 10 AM ET (1400 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 980 points, or 4.6% at 20,257 points, having tried and failed to break through the […]

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Traders Bet On Falling ‘Fear Gauge’

The volatility gauge tends to rise when markets fall and investors reach for stock protection through the options market. The VIX climbed to 82.69 Monday, topping its high of about 80 in 2008. After the financial crisis, trading derivatives tied to the VIX took off as people sought to profit from its swings. Create Apps […]

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Emergency Measures Taken By The Federal Reserve May Not Be Enough To Ward Off A Coronavirus-Induced Great Recession

The decline underscores the level of worry among investors since the coronavirus pandemic escalated and disrupted supply chains, sidelined workers and infected tens of thousands of people. To combat the potential economic fallout, central banks and governments have put in place various stimulus measures. Those efforts, so far, have yet to stem the selloff. The […]

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Wall Street Sees Worst Drop Since 1987

U.S. stock markets fell the most since 1987 in early trading on Monday, having been suspended, limit down, almost immediately after trading started, as the shutdown of increasing swathes of public life in the U.S. brought home the scale of the coronavirus outbreak. By 9:50 AM ET (1350 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was […]

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Investors Prepare For More Market Swings As Virus Spreads

With one of Wall Street‘s wildest weeks in recent memory now in the history books, investors are bracing for more uncertainty and big market swings ahead. Overwhelmingly, caution remains the watchword for investors and analysts reeling from a week that saw all three U.S. exchanges confirm bear markets, oil prices plummet to multiyear lows and […]

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How A Virus Upended The World Economy

The virulent invader, which swept through Asia and Europe, is leading many U.S. businesses to hoard cash, pare spending and rethink how they operate without knowing how long the troubles will last. Some that lost business may never get that revenue back. Thinner profit margins and a focus on cost cutting mean some firms may […]

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U.S. Stocks Extend Losses After Trading Halt

The global market selloff that plunged U.S. stocks into a bear market continued at a furious pace Thursday, as investors absorbed news of a travel ban between the U.S. and Europe and fear over the impact of coronavirus continued. The S&P 500 shed 7% shortly after the opening bell, plunging the index into bear market […]

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Financial Markets – Volatility Increases

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 822 points, or 3.3%. The S&P 500 fell 3.1%, and the Nasdaq Composite lost 2.7%. The declines continued a volatile week that saw stocks plunge Monday only to recover much of their losses Tuesday. A closely watched measure of turbulence in U.S. stocks, the Cboe Volatility Index, was hovering […]

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Financial Markets Buffeted Again By Virus Concerns

U.S. stock futures, world shares and Treasury yields all headed lower on Wednesday, pointing to sustained doubts about the ability of governments and central banks to combat the economic headwinds caused by the novel coronavirus. The fresh downdraft in Asian trading hours followed two tumultuous days marked by a violent global selloff and a sharp […]

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Warren Buffett Is Still Bullish On Stocks And The Long-Term Market

The Oracle of Omaha is still bullish on stocks and the long-term market. The recent coronavirus-related volatility in the stock market was enough to rattle even the most confident market bull. However, beloved investing guru and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A, BRK.B) CEO Warren Buffett is always around to deliver his textbook calm, pragmatic advice and reassurance […]

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International Markets Regained Ground After The Worst Day In 12 Years

International markets regained ground after Monday’s bruising selloff, with American stock futures gaining 2.6%, as investors welcomed the prospect of new U.S. tax cuts and other measures to counter the economic pain caused by the coronavirus. President Trump said Monday his administration would discuss several proposals with Congress, including a possible payroll-tax cut and help […]

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Virus Fears Push Stocks Closer To A Bear Market

The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst decline since 2008 and at one point came within 65 points of touching a bear market. For the day, the Dow sank 2,013.76 points, or 7.8%, to 23851.02. It was the first time the Dow lost more than 2,000 points in a session. The S&P 500 fell […]

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Bull Market Is Over …

“The 11-year bull market is over,” said Peter Cecchini, the chief market strategist at Cantor Fitzgerald, noting that it isn’t just about an official 20% drop. Mr. Cecchini said central banks suppressed interest rates over the years, and that became a big narrative investors used to justify buying stocks. Meanwhile, signs have emerged that global […]

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Global Markets In Turmoil As Oil Plunges

Oil plunged more than 25%, 10-year Treasury yields dipped below 0.4%, stocks dropped, and currencies swung as the prospect of an energy glut ratcheted up turmoil across markets world-wide. Investors are responding to Saudi Arabia’s decision over the weekend to cut most of its oil prices and boost output, despite existing threats to demand from […]

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Financial Markets – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week

All eyes will be on the European Central Bank this week as global central bankers try to respond to the economic risk posed by the coronavirus threat. The ECB, which meets on Thursday, has less room to act than the Federal Reserve but market watchers still see a good chance of a rate cut. The […]

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Berkshire Hathaway Backs Away From Canadian Gas Project

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has backed out of financing a major gas project in the Canadian province of Quebec, prompting worries that international investors are increasingly shunning the country after protests over another energy project. Warren Buffett’s conglomerate pulled out of providing roughly 4 billion Canadian dollars ($2.99 billion) in equity financing for the Énergie Saguenay […]

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China January-February Exports Tumble

China’s exports contracted sharply in the first two months of the year, and imports slowed, as the health crisis triggered by the coronavirus outbreak caused massive disruptions to business operations, global supply chains and economic activity. The gloomy trade report is likely to reinforce fears that China’s economic growth halved in the first quarter to […]

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Financial Markets – Investors Retreat From Stocks

Investors continued to pile into safe-haven assets Friday, pushing the yield on long-term U.S. government bonds to unprecedented levels and setting gold up for its best week in over a decade. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury sank below 0.8% for the first time. Stock futures also retreated, with contracts linked to the Dow […]

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Australian Economic Growth Picks Up But Outlook Cloudy On Virus Fears

Australia’s economy expanded by more than expected last quarter, erasing the risk of a recession even as raging bushfires and the coronavirus crisis wreaked havoc with tourism and travel at the start of the new year. Wednesday’s data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) showed the A$2 trillion ($1.3 trillion) economy accelerated by 0.5% […]

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Wall Street Tries To Recover From Massive Sell-Off

Stocks rose sharply on Monday in volatile trading as Wall Street attempted to pare losses incurred during the worst week since the financial crisis amid fears of the coronavirus outbreak. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 576 points higher, or 2.3%. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite climbed 2% each. “The market has been […]

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China Economy Seen in Deeper Contraction on Factory Drop

China’s economy could be heading for a worse-than-expected first-quarter contraction after the country’s manufacturing sector reported activity at a record low in February due to the coronavirus outbreak. The manufacturing purchasing managers’ index plunged to 35.7 in February from 50 the previous month, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Saturday. […]

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China Makes Bad Loans Disappear as Virus Pummels Banks

Chinese banks are taking extraordinary measures to avoid recognizing bad loans, seeking to shield themselves and cash-strapped borrowers from the economic fallout of the coronavirus outbreak. Some of the measures, which include rolling over loans to companies at risk of missing payment deadlines and relaxing guidelines on how to categorize overdue debt, have the explicit […]

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Wall Street Slips Into Correction Territory

Wall Street‘s main indexes fell for the sixth straight session and slipped into correction territory on Thursday, as the rapid spread of the coronavirus outside China intensified fears about the hit to economic growth and corporate earnings. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are now more than 10% below their intraday record highs hit on Feb. […]

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Pandemic Fears Pummel Stocks

Stocks sunk deeper into the red on Thursday, oil prices fell and U.S. Treasuries rallied into record territory as more signs of the global spread of the coronavirus heightened fears of a pandemic. Global markets have dropped for six straight days, wiping out more than $3.6 trillion in value. Much remains unknown about the virus […]

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European Shares Steady As Selling Pressure Eases

European shares bounced back on Tuesday after recording their worst losses since June 2016 in the previous session, with investors assessing the economic hit of a coronavirus outbreak that has spread far beyond China. Markets across the globe attempted to stabilize, with the pan-European STOXX 600 index (STOXX) rising 0.6%. After a 5.4% tumble on […]

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Pandemic Fears Grip Wall Street

Wall Street plunged into the red in early trading Monday as a spike in the number of Covid-19 virus cases confirmed outside of China pushed money out of riskier investments. The Dow dove 905.27 points, or 3.12%, to 28,087.04 at 9:35 AM ET (14:35 GMT) and the S&P 500 fell 93.63, or 2.8%, to 3,245.62. […]

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Shares Drop, Gold Surges As Investors Scurry For Safety

Global shares and oil slid on Monday while safe-haven gold surged as the spread of the coronavirus outside China darkened the outlook for world growth with infections and deaths rising in South Korea, Italy and the Middle East. The large spike in Italian cases has especially rattled investors on concerns about the potential for the […]

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Financial Markets – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week

While China is slowly getting back to normal, fears over the economic fallout from the spread of coronavirus beyond its borders remain to the fore, so remarks by central bank officials from the U.S. and Europe will be watched for their outlook on the global economy. It’s a quiet week for data with durable goods […]

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Stock Trading: 3 Things Under The Radar This Week

Financial markets found themselves at the mercy of coronavirus headlines once again this week. But digging deeper in some market-moving events, the U.S. dollar saw a swift change of its narrative as weekly trading came to a close. Amusement park icon Six Flags admitted that its thrill-ride business needs a major rethink. And Hong Kong […]

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Is It Too Late To Invest In The Soaring Stock Market?

The Dow and Nasdaq are both approaching splashy numerical milestones. The Dow is about 2% away from topping 30,000 while the Nasdaq is less than 2% from 10,000 after hitting a new record high on Wednesday. So is it finally time for investors to bail on stocks? It’s only natural for people to start worrying […]

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30-Year Treasury Yield Drops To All-Time Low Of 1.89%

The 30-year Treasury yield plunged to a record low on Friday as the coronavirus outbreak intensified fears about slowing global economic growth and caused investors to crowd into bonds. A weak reading on the U.S. services economy also helped send yields lower. Make Money Fast Today The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond dropped about […]

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Bank of America warns negative U.S. rates could hurt operations

Bank of America Corp cited the possibility of negative interest rates in the United States as a business risk for the first time in a filing on Wednesday. The unconventional policy measure has been a talking point for President Donald Trump, who has critiqued the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates earlier in his presidency. […]

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Futures Rise on China Stimulus Hopes

U.S. stock index futures advanced on Wednesday as signs of slowing coronavirus infections and expectations that China would take more steps to bolster its virus-hit economy helped investors return to equities after Apple’s sales warning. The number of new coronavirus cases dropped in mainland China, helping world stocks rise, although global health officials cautioned it […]

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U.K. Inflation Accelerates to Its Fastest Pace in Six Months

U.K. inflation picked up for the first time in six months, boosted by the cost of energy, motor fuel and air fares. Consumer prices rose a stronger-than-forecast 1.8% in January from a year earlier, the fastest since July, the Office for National Statistics said Wednesday. Core inflation picked up to 1.6%. The pound erased a […]

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Intesa Sanpaolo launches €4.9bn bid to buy UBI Banca

START TRADING NOW OR TRY A FREE DEMO ACCOUNT Intesa Sanpaolo launches €4.9bn bid to buy UBI Banca < Intesa Sanpaolo, Italy’s biggest domestic lender, has launched a €4.86bn ($5.26bn) takeover bid for its rival UBI Banca in an audacious attempt to kick-start consolidation in Italy’s fragmented banking sector. Just before midnight on Monday local […]

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JPMorgan Says Record Highs in European Stocks Can Last and Widen

European equities are trading at fresh record highs, and JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) & Co. strategists say the rally can go on and even expand to markets that have been left behind. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index closed at a historical peak last week after earnings optimism outweighed spreading coronavirus fears. To JPMorgan strategists, the fact […]

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Stock Market: 3 Things Under The Radar This Week

Attention remained on China and the coronavirus this week as stocks and commodities swung on differing reports of the numbers of new cases. Among those headlines and another busy week of earnings, investors may have missed a potential opportunity in the luxury sector, with Wall Street expressing confidence in an Italian-French conglomerate. While Fed chief […]

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Stock Market – Top 5 Things to Watch This Week

◊ Stock Market News This Week ◊ ⇑⇓ StockMarketNews.Today ⇓⇑ Coronavirus headlines could hang over the market in the coming week, as China reported an additional 89 deaths on Sunday, bringing the total number of deaths in the mainland to 811. The global death toll from the new coronavirus is now at 813, higher than […]

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Day Trading: 3 Things Under The Radar This Week

◊ Day Trading News ◊ ⇑⇓ StockMarketNews.Today ⇓⇑ Although closing Friday on a down note, stocks rallied sharply this week as the coronavirus, earnings and employment data took most of investors’ attention (along with the wild swings in Tesla). But among things that may have gone overlooked, two U.K. companies that could be surfing the […]

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Wall Street Slips After Jobs Report

◊ Stock Market News Jobs Report ◊ StockMarketNews.Today Wall Street pulled back from record levels on Friday, as investors assessed the U.S. employment report that showed jobs growth accelerated in January but included a downward revision to some previous numbers. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 225,000 jobs last month, the Labor Department’s data showed, much higher […]

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German Industry Output Suffers Biggest Slump Since 2009

Stock Market News — German industrial output registered its biggest drop in more than a decade in December, highlighting the weakness of the manufacturing sector that is dragging on overall growth in Europe‘s largest economy. Industrial production tumbled by 3.5% on the month, undershooting expectations for a 0.2% fall, figures released by the Statistics Office […]

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China Cuts U.S. Import Tariffs

Global stocks extended their recovery on Thursday, cheered by record closes in Wall Street benchmarks following encouraging economic data, and after China announced a cut in tariffs on some imported goods from the United States. The tariff relief added to hopes the global economy may be able to avoid a major shock from China’s rapidly-spreading […]

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Ferrari Tempers 2020 Expectations With Cautious Upgrade

Today’s Stock Market News — Demand for Ferrari’s Portofino and 812 Superfast models helped the Italian supercar maker hit profit targets for last year though it only a provided cautious upgrade to its outlook for 2020. Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) said it planned to boost adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) to 1.38 billion-1.43 […]

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Stock Market News — Financial markets in mainland China are set to reopen on Monday, after the holiday for the Lunar New Year was extended by the government amid the Coronavirus outbreak. Investors will continue to monitor the global economic fallout from the virus’s progression, which has largely overshadowed earnings season so far. Disney , […]

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Today’s Stock Market News — U.S. equity markets wiped out their gains for the year on Friday, following European and Asian shares lower as concern escalated about the impact of the coronavirus on global growth. The death toll from the epidemic had risen to 213, Beijing said, with another 9,811 confirmed cases worldwide and a […]

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Traders Pay Up For Protection Against Sharp Falls In US Stocks

Stock Market News Today— Traders have been scrambling to protect themselves from a collapse in US stocks, spooked by the coronavirus outbreak, the looming presidential race and the sheer strength of last year’s rally. The US equity market climbed 29 per cent in 2019 and started this year strongly, but the spreading nervousness has sent […]

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Trading News: 3 Things Under the Radar This Week

Trading News — There’s an ominous technical indicator hovering over the U.S. dollar, which could mean a move away from the greenback. But don’t go looking for value in bitcoin, according to one fund manager speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week. Meanwhile, as lower interest rates have been a boon […]

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Moody’s Cuts Hong Kong Rating

♦ Today’s Stock Market News – Tuesday, 21 January, 2020 ♦ ◊ Stock Market News Today – Tuesday, 21 January, 2020 ◊ StockMarketNews.Today — Moody’s has cut Hong Kong’s credit rating, saying the government’s “slow” and ineffective response to months of protests has prompted it to reassess the Chinese territory’s institutional strengths and governance. Hong […]

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Brussels Briefing – Europe Braces For New Fiscal Battles

♦ Brussels Briefing ♦ Stock Market News — Stock Market Today The EU’s fiscal rules are widely disliked given their impenetrable and convoluted nature — yet it is difficult to avoid setting off political landmines somewhere in the union when any change to them is mooted. In early February, the commission will tread delicately back […]

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