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The Swiss stock market ended Friday's session with a small loss and ended the overall trading week in negative territory. Investors were reluctant to make any major moves ahead of a crucial vote on U.S. healthcare reform. The vote was expected to take place Thursday evening, but House Republican leaders...

The majority of the European markets ended Friday's session with small losses. The markets were locked in a narrow sideways trend throughout the session. Investors were reluctant to make any major moves ahead of a crucial vote on U.S. healthcare reform. The vote was expected to take place Thursday...

Asianmarkets-011415_24Mar17.jpg European stocks drifted lower in cautious trade on Friday as investors awaited a key U.S. vote on healthcare plan intended to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. President Donald Trump warned House Republican lawmakers on Thursday that voters could punish them if they do not vote in favor...

europepremarket-032417.jpg European stocks may follow their Asian peers higher on Friday even as U.S. President Donald Trump struggles to seal the Republican healthcare bill amid a lack of support for the legislation. While the bill's success would be a major positive for Trump, who is struggling with controversy over alleged...

The Swiss stock market ended Thursday's session firmly in positive territory, following the substantial losses of the previous two sessions. After a directionless morning of trade, the market climbed into positive territory in the afternoon along with the U.S. markets. Investors were in a cautious...

The European markets ended Thursday's session with gains. Investors were in a cautious mood ahead of a crucial vote on healthcare reform in the U.S. Congress. After a weak start, the markets inched into positive territory later in the morning and advanced further in the afternoon. The afternoon gains...

europemid-day-032317.jpg European stocks were mixed on Thursday as investors tracked the latest developments in London after the terror attack around the Houses of Parliament and waited to see if U.S. President Donald Trump can close the deal on the Republican health care bill. It is feared that failure to repeal and replace...

stock-market-8_23Mar17.jpg European stocks are likely to open higher on Thursday, after U.S. stocks rebounded from five-week lows overnight, taking in their stride a fall in oil prices, weak housing data and a suspected terrorist attack in London near the British parliament. Oil futures rose in Asian deals after slipping back...

The Swiss stock market ended Wednesday's session lower again Wednesday, adding to the significant losses of the previous day. The market has dropped by close to 1.5 percent since the start of the trading week. The weakness was sparked by doubts as to whether US President Donald Trump will keep his election...

The European markets ended Wednesday's session firmly in negative territory. After getting off to a weak start, the markets remained locked in a sideways trend throughout the session. Some disappointing regional data soured the mood among investors, but concerns over the policies of U.S. President Trump...

stock-market-down_22Mar17.jpg European stocks slumped on Wednesday as uncertainty about U.S. President Donald Trump's policies sapped investor appetite for risk and spurred demand for safe-haven assets. Downbeat regional data also weighed on markets. The euro area current account surplus declined to a 15-month low in January,...

AsianMarkets-011615_22Mar17.jpg European stocks are seen opening lower on Wednesday as geopolitical worries and doubts about U.S. President Donald Trump's economic agenda sapped investor risk appetite. North Korea attempted to conduct a missile launch today, but South Korean defense officials said the launch failed. The dollar...

The Swiss stock market ended Tuesday's session with a significant decrease. After a lackluster morning of trade, the market declined in the afternoon. The late pullback coincided with the reversal of early gains on Wall Street. Investors breathed a sigh of relief after centrist frontrunner Emmanuel...

The majority of the European markets were in positive territory early Tuesday, but pared their gains in late trade and most markets ended the session in the red. The late sell-off was triggered by the early pullback on Wall Street, where early gains were quickly erased. The FTSE of the U.K. was under...

stock-market-9_21Mar17.jpg European stocks rose on Tuesday, with banks and energy stocks pacing gainers, as French political risks receded and oil prices edged up on speculation that OPEC members are likely to extend output cuts beyond June. France's presidential election moved into high gear on Monday night as Centrist frontrunner...

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