|Day Low/High||25,193.78 / 25,511.03|
|52 Wk Low/High||23,242.75 / 26,951.81|
Global stocks retreated Wednesday as investors reacted to both an extended slide in crude oil prices and data showing contraction in two of the world's biggest economies, both of which suggest that the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China is harming growth prospects.
Global stocks traded firmer Tuesday, with markets supported by reports of a progress in U.S-China trade talks, as investors attempt to regroup from last night's tech-led selloff on Wall Street and the longest losing streak for world oil prices on record.
Global stocks drifted lower Monday, with shares in Asia weakening on China growth concerns while markets in Europe slipped on Italy talks and U.S. equity futures pointed to a softer open on Wall Street, as investors continue to reset interest rate expectations from the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve's interest rate signalling, which lifted U.S Treasury bond yields and boosted the dollar, looks to have stalled this month's global equity market rally Friday as stocks in Asia and Europe give back gains and Wall Street futures drift lower heading into start of trading.
Global stocks traded higher Wednesday, while the U.S. dollar slid and Treasury bond yields retreated, as investors reacted to projections that suggest Democratic lawmakers will take back control of House of Representatives for the first since since 2010, potentially frustrating key economic initiatives from President Donald Trump.
Global stocks steadied Tuesday, even as interest rates crept higher and the dollar regained its composure against rival currencies, with investors unambiguously focused on the outcome of midterm elections later today that could either stall or extend the longest equity bull market in history.
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