European stock indices rise Friday but losers outnumbered gainers in Asia as investors worry about rising money-market rates in China.
European stocks rally and Asian markets are mixed Thursday after the Federal Reserve says it will pare back its $85 billion monthly bond buying program by $10 billion starting in January.
European and Asian stock indices advance before the Federal Reserve later Wednesday makes a decision about its monthly bond buying program.
European stock indices reverse course after Monday's rally and Asian indices close largely lower ahead of the start of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting later Tuesday.
European stock indices edge higher after a closely watched index of manufacturing output beat forecasts while Asian indices end the day largely in the red.
European markets bounce off early lows Friday despite continued uncertainty over an early taper decision from the Federal Reserve.
Canadian utility wants to get in on expected growth in target's Southwest U.S. region.
European and Asian stocks fall Thursday as investors look to U.S. retail sales figures for clues as to whether the Federal Reserve will opt to curtail bond buying at next week's meeting.
European markets start mixed Wednesday, buoyed by news of the U.S. budget deal, but with some evidence of profit-taking and with a little more caution following a decline in Asian markets overnight.
European markets drift down and then back up in early trading Tuesday with no common driver.