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European steelmakers traded firmly higher Friday, with mining stocks following suit, after a jump in iron ore prices linked to a brewing trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
Even without North Korea, there's plenty of uncertainty coming from U.S. allies.
Iron ore stocks are in the red this morning due to the decline in the price of the steel making ingredient.
Elliott's $22 billion valuation for the Petroleum assets is already in the price while vulnerable iron ore and copper prices are a risk to BHP.
As Trump has his best week so far, equities remain resilient to negative news.
Last week's missile strike and an increasingly unpredictable French election race saw investors take risk off the table Monday
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U.S. stock futures are pointing to a flat to slightly lower start on Monday as geopolitical tensions are making for a nervous Wall Street.
Elliott Management claims $46 billion in additional value could be unlocked by listing BHP's energy operations on the NYSE and through share buybacks.
London's blue chip index avoided the Monday blues thanks to gains at a handful of index heavyweights
A victory for centrist and left-leaning candidates helped put uninspiring economic data and concerns over President Donald Trump's forthcoming meeting with China's president into the shade.
BHP Billiton jumped to the top of the London market Wednesday amid a surge in coking coal prices following a major storm in Australia that could impact global steel prices.
European stocks are booking modest gains in early trading as mining and energy shares boost benchmarks in London, offsetting a cautious tone in broader financial markets.
Experts suggest that the damage will keep the mines closed for more than a month and that China, the largest importer, has begun seeking U.S. shipments to ease the deficit
U.K. stock markets were boosted by dollar earners while continental stocks also enjoyed a boost after what was seen as a conciliatory speech from Prime Minister Theresa May.
Patience with the slow progress of health care and financial reforms wears thin on Tuesday, sending stocks spiralling to their worst losses of the year.
Unease over the outlook for global trade, monetary policies and politica stability torpedoed markets from early on Tuesday
Stocks slump to session lows on Tuesday as uncertainty over when and how the Trump administration will implement regulatory reform spooks the financial sector.
Stocks extend declines on Tuesday as a selloff in the basic materials and financials sector taints broader markets.
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Merger talk in telecoms, deals in oil services and a resurgent iron ore price all conspired to drive European benchmarks higher.
Such things used to be shrugged off as non-events, but they're becoming cause for concern.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally and on brewing tensions in the Asia-Pacific region.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally that pushed markets to fresh records.
Wall Street's retreat from records accelerates on Monday morning as geopolitical tensions in Asia flare up and a selloff in Deutsche Bank shares pressures financial stocks.