|Day Low/High||30.68 / 30.86|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.37 / 37.12|
Stocks extend declines on Tuesday as a selloff in the basic materials and financials sector taints broader markets.
Stock futures creep higher as Wall Street searches for a catalyst ahead of trading on Tuesday and crude oil prices make a slight recovery.
U.S. stock futures are higher Monday as oil prices rebound and investors focus more on events in Washington than on Wall Street.
People there are far less worried than people in the U.S. about currency breakdowns or political stress.
Akzo Nobel hit a fresh record high Tuesday after media reports suggested PPG Industries could make a renewed bid for the Dutch chemicals group.
European markets closed out the week with solid gains Friday after stronger-than-expected employment data from the United States added to a bullish tone driven by bank and energy stocks.
Akzo Nobel shares extended gains to a record high Friday as investors bet that PPG Industries' $22 billion bid will unlock value in the previously dormant stock.
Stocks are lower on Thursday afternoon as a sharp decline in crude oil prices weighs on the energy sector.
Stocks rise, though are off earlier highs, Thursday morning after the European Central Bank raises its growth forecasts and maintains its loose monetary policy.
Stock futures are flat to slightly lower on Thursday morning as crude oil extends a recent selloff to fall to below $50 a barrel for the first time since December.
Akzo Nobel shares surged after it rejected a $22 billion takeover bid from PPG Industries and said it would look at selling or floating one of its key business units.
U.S. stock futures decline and European stocks trade in the red after oil prices fall below $50 a barrel for the first time since December.
European stocks slipped after a third consecutive session of declines on Wall Street as investors shifted focus to global energy markets and await a key policy meeting from the ECB.
Interim dividend increased. Currency headwinds continue
A closely watched market sentiment indicator points to gloom in Germany and the euro area, while U.K. price growth picks up pace.
A strong adverse currency impact
With less than a month to go, European executives give stark warning on consequences of leaving the European Union.
European markets are mixed as investors await hints of possible eurozone stimulus from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.
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