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The Swiss stock market finished solidly in negative territory Tuesday, along with the rest of the European markets. Some of the losses were attributed to profit taking, following the gains of the previous session. A solution to the situation in Greece begins to appear more likely. The Greek government...

The European markets finished solidly to the downside Tuesday after British GDP came in weaker than anticipated. Profit taking also played a role in the pull back, after the earnings fueled gains of the previous session. The weakness accelerated in the afternoon, following reports that a U.S. cargo vessel...

European stocks followed Wall Street lower on Tuesday as weak U.K. GDP data and mixed earnings reports prompted investors to lock in some profits after sharp gains yesterday on optimism over Greece. Oil prices extended overnight losses and the Asian markets fell broadly as caution set in ahead of...

German stocks are drifting lower on Tuesday after sharp gains yesterday on optimism over Greece. Oil prices extended overnight losses and the Asian markets fell broadly amid caution ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting beginning later in the day, offsetting mostly positive earnings news....

Markets-111714_28Apr15.jpg European stocks are seen opening lower on Tuesday ahead of a two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting that gets underway later today. With recent economic data very much surprising to the downside, investors expect that the Fed will once again acknowledge weakness in the economy and signal its intention...

The Swiss stock market got off to a positive start Monday morning, before slipping into negative territory. The market bounced back on optimism for a solution to the Greek debt situation and the positive opening of the U.S. markets. After last week's meeting in Latvia failed to yield an agreement,...

The European markets finished in the green Monday, largely due to optimism for a resolution to Greece's debt problems. After last week's meeting in Latvia failed to yield an agreement, the Greek government has reportedly made adjustments to its team that is negotiating with international creditors. The...

The European markets were in negative territory on Monday, as concerns about Greece lingered after no deal was reached at the April 24 gathering in Riga, Latvia. On a light day for economic news, data from Destatis showed that Germany's import prices continued to decline in March but the pace of decrease...

The UK market was in negative territory on Monday, as concerns about Greece lingered after no deal was reached at the April 24 gathering in Riga, Latvia. On a light day for economic news, data from Destatis showed that Germany's import prices continued to decline in March but the pace of decrease...

The French market was in negative territory on Monday, as concerns about Greece lingered after no deal was reached at the April 24 gathering in Riga, Latvia. On a light day for economic news, data from Destatis showed that Germany's import prices continued to decline in March but the pace of decrease...

The German market was in negative territory on Monday, as concerns about Greece lingered after no deal was reached at the April 24 gathering in Riga, Latvia. On a light day for economic news, data from Destatis showed that Germany's import prices continued to decline in March but the pace of decrease...

Asian-Markets2_27Apr15.jpg European stocks are seen opening on a mixed note Monday as investors await a raft of earnings and look for progress in talks over Greece's debt after no deal was reached at the April 24 gathering in Riga, Latvia. Traders also look forward to the outcome of central bank meetings this week in the U.S....

The Swiss stock market ended Friday's session in the red, extending its losses from the previous trading day. The market got off to a positive start, thanks to the strong German business confidence report. However, the market slipped into negative territory in the afternoon and remained there for the...

The majority of the European markets ended Friday's session with modest gains. The markets had been decidedly higher in early trade on optimism for a Greek debt deal at the meeting of Eurozone finance ministers in Latvia and the strong German business confidence data. The markets pared their gains after...

The European markets were trading higher on Friday, after German business confidence improved for the sixth consecutive month in April. Sentiment was also influenced by optimism about Greece, which is hoped to reach a deal with its European lenders. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that she...

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