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The Swiss stock market ended the first day of the new trading week with a very modest decline, nearly unchanged for the session. Index heavyweight Nestle began trading ex-dividend Monday, which weighed on the overall market. The losses in Nestle offset gains that were sparked by Chinese stimulus measures. China's...

The European markets finished in the green Monday, bouncing back from the weakness at the end of the previous trading week. Investors continue to be concerned over the situation in Greece, but were thrilled by the announcement that China's reserve requirement ratio was reduced by 100 basis points Sunday,...

The UK market was higher on Monday, amid bargain-hunting after Friday's sell-off. That said, Greece remained in spotlight ahead of a meeting of euro-area finance ministers in Latvia on April 24. Greek banks may soon run out of collateral to access European Central Bank refinancing unless Athens reaches...

The French market was firmly higher on Monday, amid bargain-hunting after Friday's sell-off. That said, Greece remained in spotlight ahead of a meeting of euro-area finance ministers in Latvia on April 24. Greek banks may soon run out of collateral to access European Central Bank refinancing unless...

The German market was firmly higher on Monday, amid bargain-hunting after Friday's sell-off. That said, Greece remained in spotlight ahead of a meeting of euro-area finance ministers in Latvia on April 24. Greek banks may soon run out of collateral to access European Central Bank refinancing unless...

The European markets were mostly higher on Monday, amid bargain-hunting after Friday's sell-off. That said, Greece remained in spotlight ahead of a meeting of euro-area finance ministers in Latvia on April 24. Greek banks may soon run out of collateral to access European Central Bank refinancing...

Asian-Markets2_20Apr15.jpg  European stocks are seen opening slightly higher on Monday as investors hunt for bargains following Friday's selloff. Chinese shares averted a steep drop as investors weighed fresh monetary easing measures against the new restrictions on using leverage for share trading that the state regulator announced...

The Swiss stock market ended Friday's session with a significant loss and ended the week in the red. A sense of nervousness was also evident in the currency markets, where the euro recovered some ground against the Swiss franc. Concerns over the situation in Greece had a negative impact on investor...

The European markets ended Friday's session solidly in negative territory. Significant weakness in China weighed on investor sentiment at the end of the trading week. Chinese regulators reportedly expanded the supply of shares available for short sellers while clamping down on over-the-counter margin...

The European markets were trading lower on Friday, as worries about Greece remained in focus with talks about a debt default by it. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble refused further concessions to Greece and the International Monetary Fund ruled out giving the country any leeway on 1 billion...

The UK market was trading lower on Friday, as worries about Greece remained in focus with talks about a debt default by it. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble refused further concessions to Greece and the International Monetary Fund ruled out giving the country any leeway on 1 billion euros of...

The French market was trading lower on Friday, as worries about Greece remained in focus with talks about a debt default by it. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble refused further concessions to Greece and the International Monetary Fund ruled out giving the country any leeway on 1 billion euros...

The German market was trading lower on Friday, as worries about Greece remained in focus with talks about a debt default by it. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble refused further concessions to Greece and the International Monetary Fund ruled out giving the country any leeway on 1 billion euros...

Asianmarkets-112014_17Apr15.jpg The European markets are seen opening flat to slightly lower on Friday after German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble refused further concessions to Greece and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) ruled out giving the country any leeway on 1 billion euros of debt repayments due by early May. Meanwhile,...

The Swiss stock market ended Thursday's session with a modest decrease. The dip was attributed to profit taking, with the market trading near the highs of the year. The strong performance of index heavyweight Nestle helped to offset some the weakness in the market. The situation in Greece continued...

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