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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.
People there are far less worried than people in the U.S. about currency breakdowns or political stress.
The U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to rate hikes lifted commodity stocks and London's benchmarks while politics and earnings boosted continental Europe.
Merger talk in telecoms, deals in oil services and a resurgent iron ore price all conspired to drive European benchmarks higher.
Germany's DAX led the decline on Tuesday following Deutsche Bank capital call
Some Chinese iron ore producers may reopen some mills now that prices are on the rise.
Walsh agreed to defer millions in payments pending the results of an inquiry into a potentially unlawful $10.5 million handed to a consultant on the Simandou iron ore project.
Banks and commodity stocks pared losses Monday, while arms firms received a boost late in the day from President Trump's plans for the defense budget.
The good vibes that carried Wall Street to new records last week lingered on into Monday's session.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average led Wall Street's gains on Monday on leftover goodwill from last week's Trump-inspired rally.
Continental indices led the charge following strong gains for auto stocks.
European benchmarks surged on Friday following another volley of corporate earnings numbers and solid trade data from China for January
This is what you need to know before the opening bell.
Rio Tinto boosted its annual divided as the world's second-largest miner took full advantage of rising commodity prices
U.S. stock futures are rising Wednesday while European and Asian shares trade higher despite a continued dip in oil prices.
Here is a round-up of the financial news from around the world.
European stocks opened with a cautious tone Wednesday as ongoing political concerns in the region continued to offset underlying corporate and economic fundamentals.
European stocks are set to open modestly higher on Wednesday, following a stronger Asia session, even as political risk concerns linger over asset prices in the region.
Rio Tinto posted stronger-than-expected full-year earnings on Wednesday and boosted its annual divided as the world's second-largest miner took full advantage of rising commodity prices.
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Markets in London and Paris were lower on Thursday, while German stocks bucked the trend as investors responded to corporate earnings and political news.