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stockmarkets-dec19_24jan19.jpg European stocks may open largely unchanged on Thursday after U.S. stocks fluctuated before ending higher overnight, reflecting positive reaction to quarterly results from the likes of IBM, United Technologies and Procter & Gamble. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.7 percent, the tech-heavy Nasdaq...

Swiss stocks turned in a lackluster performance on Wednesday, with traders in no mood to indulge in any significant buying amid a lack of positive triggers.

European stocks swung between gains and losses for much of the trading session on Wednesday, with investors largely making cautious moves amid concerns about global growth and uncertainty over Brexit and U.S.-China trade talks.

European markets are mostly subdued on Wednesday amid cautious moves by investors due to lingering worries about global economic slowdown and uncertainty about Brexit and U.S.-China trade deal.

U.K. shares are exhibiting weakness on Wednesday as investor sentiment continues to remain negative due to lingering worries about global growth and uncertainty about Brexit.

French stocks are down marginally on Wednesday with investors largely staying wary of making significant moves amid lingering worries about global growth and uncertainty about Brexit and U.S.-China trade deal.

The German stock market is notably lower Wednesday morning, extending losses from previous session, amid rising concerns about global growth and the likely impact of Sino-U.S. trade dispute.

stockmarkets-jan23_23jan19.jpg European stocks may open on a cautious note on Wednesday, with mounting signs of slowing global growth and concerns over a yet-unresolved Sino-U.S. trade dispute likely to keep investors on edge. The downside, however, may remain limited after China's central bank pumped liquidity into the banking...

Swiss stocks edged lower on Tuesday, tracking weakness across Europe and in the U.S. market, amid renewed concerns about economic slowdown after the International Monetary Fund cut global growth forecast.

European stock markets drifted lower on Tuesday amid renewed worries about global economy after the International Monetary Fund lowered its forecast for global growth in the current year.

stockmarkets-jan22_22jan19.jpg European stocks were modestly lower on Tuesday as global growth worries resurfaced and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's much-anticipated "plan B" on Brexit looked like a tweaked version of her Plan A, which suffered a historic parliamentary defeat last week. The IMF once again cut its global growth...

U.K. shares fell on Tuesday as global growth worries resurfaced and Prime Minister Theresa May's much-anticipated "plan B" on Brexit looked like a tweaked version of her Plan A, which suffered a historic parliamentary defeat last week. The IMF once again cut its global growth forecasts, citing the...

French stocks drifted lower on Tuesday amid global growth worries after the IMF cut its estimate for global growth, citing a range of triggers beyond escalating trade tensions. Investors also watched Brexit developments after U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her Brexit 'Plan B' in Parliament. The...

German stocks moved lower on Tuesday after the IMF once again cut its global growth forecasts, citing the threat of a trade war, stalled Brexit talks and slowing Chinese growth. The benchmark DAX was down 23 points or 0.21 percent at 11,112 in opening deals after losing 0.6 percent the previous day. Banks...

asian-mixed_22jan19.jpg European stocks look set to open lower on Tuesday after the IMF cut its estimate for global growth, citing a range of triggers beyond escalating trade tensions. As China's economy slows down, President Xi Jinping told a "seminar" of top provincial leaders and ministers in Beijing on Monday that the...

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