Global oil prices percolate.
European stocks are set to rise firmly Wednesday.
All about those bonds.
European stocks are set to open higher again Tuesday as global markets investors pause their recent selloff ahead of a twin set of statements from Janet Yellen later this week.
Losses extended into Monday.
Forex expert Douglas Borthwick said the U.S. dollar will remain weak in the second half of the year.
European stocks booked solid gains in early trading, building on a Wall Street rally that followed stronger-than-expected jobs data, while gold prices slumped and crude extended declines.
European stocks are called higher after a solid Asia session that fed off of Friday's rally on Wall Street which was fuelled by strong jobs data but tepid wage growth.
If North Korean nuclear jitters didn't create a 'flight-to-quality' for the greenback, nothing can.
European stocks drifted lower Friday as the ongoing rout in global sovereign debt continues to pressure markets around the world ahead of what could be a pivotal U.S. jobs report.
European stocks are set to decline further Friday as investors continue to re-set yields on sovereign bonds amid central bank signals that global interest rates are set to rise.
Germany's benchmark borrowing costs rose to the highest level in more than 18 months Thursday and the euro surged against the dollar after minutes from the ECB's last policy meeting.
Why you should care.
European stocks are set to open higher for the first day in three Thursday as investors move on from an inconclusive report from the Federal Reserve's last rate setting meeting.
The Eurozone economy just had its best quarter since 2011.