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U.S. stock futures pointed lower as North Korea threatened to pull out of a summit with the United States. These are the headlines you must know premarket Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures are modestly lower on news North Korea could cancel a planned summit with the U.S. and as government bond yields trade at multi-year highs.
Mixed economic data and weaker earnings did little to sour the mood Tuesday.
With most stocks having notched up strong gains in the wake of the first round of French election, there was little upside left to be gained following Sunday's vote.
While Continental stocks reversed losses convincingly, London remained under pressure as ex-dividends weighed
French and Spanish Stocks were back in the black at noon, leading a partial reversal of earlier losses for the continent as a whole
Ex-dividends weighed in London while risk stocks pulled back more broadly in the wake of Wednesday's Fed meeting minutes
The Dax rose following a strong performance from the automotive sector, but both London and Paris slumped.
The first full day of trading under the new U.S. administration saw investors adopting a risk-off stance across Europe
London markets lead a buoyant afternoon during the European trading session
Investors resumed their selloff of European stocks on Wednesday, taking their lead from losses in Tuesday's U.S. trading session and a further slide among Chinese equities.
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