|Day Low/High||38.28 / 38.38|
|52 Wk Low/High||28.51 / 38.69|
Oil continues to slide, while house builders take a battering in the U.K. after a report of slowing house price growth.
European stocks retreat on Wednesday, with a string of disappointing news from companies including BHP Billiton and Royal Dutch Shell, and as falling oil prices rattle markets worldwide.
U.S. stock futures are slipping Friday and European stocks trade lower following the persistent decline in oil prices.
Markets in Europe and Asia slip back Friday, as the relief rally following the Federal Reserve's interest rate announcement quickly fades.
European markets trade mixed Monday morning, with shares in London and Paris higher but Frankfurt lower following a slump in the automobile sector.
European stock markets rebounded on Tuesday after Monday's devastating global selloff despite another day of heavy losses for Chinese stocks.
European markets fell on Friday, following another selloff in Asia, as investors remained largely unmoved by relatively upbeat data on the eurozone manufacturing and services sectors.
European markets were higher Tuesday as they rebounded from a five-session losing streak, buoyed by big-ticket deal news out of the U.K. and some strong results.
Europe's economy is growing, but volatility over Greece has kept a lid on stock valuations, making it a good time to go shopping, says Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ.
The European economy is growing and the volatility from the Greek exit drama is keeping a lid on stock valuations.
A group of leading companies in the insurance industry announced today that they have established a micro insurance consortium and micro insurance venture incubator (MVI).
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