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The Swiss stock market ended Tuesday's session with a significant decline, after disappointing manufacturing from China sparked a global sell-off. The Swiss stock market got off to a weak start and extended those losses in early trade. The market stage a bit of a recovery around midday, but slipped right...

The European markets ended Tuesday's session sharply lower, as concerns over China worsened. Weak manufacturing data from China weighed on shares of mining and luxury goods companies. European financial and insurance stocks were also under pressure, with investors in a very negative mood. The weak opening...

The European markets were firmly in negative territory on Tuesday, after Chinese manufacturers reported the sharpest deterioration in operating condition in more than six years in August. Also, China's service sector expanded at the slowest pace in the current 13-month sequence of growth. In the...

The UK market was firmly in negative territory on Tuesday, after Chinese manufacturers reported the sharpest deterioration in operating condition in more than six years in August. Also, China's service sector expanded at the slowest pace in the current 13-month sequence of growth. In the world's...

The French market was firmly in negative territory on Tuesday, after Chinese manufacturers reported the sharpest deterioration in operating condition in more than six years in August. Also, China's service sector expanded at the slowest pace in the current 13-month sequence of growth. In the world's...

The German market was firmly in negative territory on Tuesday, after Chinese manufacturers reported the sharpest deterioration in operating condition in more than six years in August. Also, China's service sector expanded at the slowest pace in the current 13-month sequence of growth. In the world's...

Asianmarkets-112014_01Sep15.jpg The European markets are set to open lower on Tuesday as another batch of disappointing Chinese economic figures rekindled worries over global growth. An official gauge of Chinese manufacturing activity slumped to a three-year low in August and Caixin's final August PMI number indicated that activity...

The Swiss stock market ended the first session of the new trading week with a modest increase. The market was range-bound for the bulk of the session, but climbed going into the close. However, the SMI wrapped up the month of August with an overall loss. Renewed concerns over China weighed on investor...

The European markets ended Monday's session in negative territory, as renewed concerns over China weighed on investor sentiment. Concerns over the upcoming snap elections in Greece and the likelihood of a near-term U.S. interest rate hike also contributed to the negative mood at the start of the new...

The European markets fell on Monday as renewed worries over China's slowing economy, expectations of a near-term increase in U.S. interest rates and news of a new round of elections in Greece sapped investors' appetite for risk. Economic reports were mixed, with German retail sales rebounding strongly...

German stocks dropped on Monday as renewed worries over China's slowing economy, expectations of a near-term increase in U.S. interest rates and news of a new round of elections in Greece sapped investors' appetite for risk. Economic reports were mixed, with German retail sales rebounding strongly...

Asian-Markets2_31Aug15.jpg The European markets are poised to open lower on Monday as China concerns lingered and the prospects of a rate increase by the Federal Reserve put investors in a defensive mood. Additionally, uncertainty surrounding elections in Greece intensified after President Prokopis Pavlopoulos signed a decree...

The Swiss stock market ended Friday's trading session with a modest decrease and ended the overall trading week in the red. The volatile trading week was plagued by persistent worries over a hard landing in China, while the Chinese central bank made adjustments in an attempt to strengthen its economy....

The European markets ended Friday's session with a mixed performance, capping a volatile week of trading. Investors cashed in some profits, following the strong bounce back in recent days from the sharp declines of the prior week. Energy stocks were among the best performing stocks, following the rally...

The European markets surrendered early gains on Friday as caution set in following sharp gains yesterday on the back of dovish comments from a Federal Reserve official and upbeat U.S. GDP data offering further evidence of underlying strength in the world's largest economy. While the revised GDP figures...

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