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The European markets are in negative territory on Tuesday, following weak cues from Wall Street overnight and lackluster trading in Asia, amid some unimpressive data from the region. On the economic front, the German private sector stretched its expansion to 17 months in September, flash data from...

The UK market is in negative territory on Tuesday, following weak cues from Wall Street overnight and lackluster trading in Asia, amid some unimpressive data from the region. On the economic front, the German private sector stretched its expansion to 17 months in September, flash data from Markit...

The French market is in negative territory on Tuesday, following weak cues from Wall Street overnight and lackluster trading in Asia, amid some unimpressive data from the region. On the economic front, the German private sector stretched its expansion to 17 months in September, flash data from Markit...

The German market is in negative territory on Tuesday, following weak cues from Wall Street overnight and lackluster trading in Asia, amid some unimpressive data from the region. On the economic front, the German private sector stretched its expansion to 17 months in September, flash data from Markit...

Asian-Markets1_23Sep14.jpg European stocks look set to open slightly higher on Tuesday after a private sector survey showed signs of stabilization in China's manufacturing sector in September, easing concerns about an economic slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. The HSBC's flash manufacturing purchasing managers'...

The European markets are in negative territory on Monday, following weak cues from Asia, ahead of the Chinese manufacturing data due on Tuesday. Investors were apprehensive amid speculation concerning China scaling down its domestic economic growth forecast. On the economic front, at 10 am ET, the...

The UK market is trading lower on Monday, following weak cues from Asia, ahead of the Chinese manufacturing data due on Tuesday. Miners were particularly under pressure, and shares of supermarket chain Tesco declined on a profit warning. On the economic front, at 10 am ET, the European Commission...

The French market is trading lower on Monday, following weak cues from Asia, ahead of the Chinese manufacturing data due on Tuesday. On the economic front, at 10 am ET, the European Commission is expected to release its preliminary consumer sentiment report. The consumer sentiment index is expected...

The German market is modestly lower on Monday, following weak cues from Asia, ahead of the Chinese manufacturing data due on Tuesday. On the economic front, at 10 am ET, the European Commission is expected to release its preliminary consumer sentiment report. The consumer sentiment index is expected...

Asian-Markets2_22Sep14.jpg European stocks are seen opening lower on Monday, tracking weak commodity prices and a subdued trend across the Asia-Pacific region as investors look ahead to Chinese manufacturing data due on Tuesday for important clues about China's growth outlook. China is experiencing stable growth and there...

The European markets are firmly in the green on Friday, as investors cheered results from Scotland where voters rejected independence from Great Britain. In a vote that saw an unprecedented turnout Thursday, the campaign in favor of Scotland remaining in the UK, "Better Together," received 2,001,926...

The UK market is trading higher on Friday, as investors cheered results from Scotland where voters rejected independence from Great Britain. In a vote that saw an unprecedented turnout Thursday, the campaign in favor of Scotland remaining in the UK, "Better Together", received 2,001,926 votes, or...

The French market is trading higher on Friday, as investors cheered results from Scotland where voters rejected independence from Great Britain. In a vote that saw an unprecedented turnout Thursday, the campaign in favor of Scotland remaining in the UK, "Better Together", received 2,001,926 votes,...

stock-up_19Sep14.jpg The German market is trading higher on Friday, as investors cheered results from Scotland where voters rejected independence from Great Britain. In a vote that saw an unprecedented turnout Thursday, the campaign in favor of Scotland remaining in the UK, "Better Together", received 2,001,926 votes,...

stock-market-9_19Sep14.jpg The European markets are poised for a higher open on Friday, after voters in Scotland decisively rejected independence from the U.K. in the referendum held on Thursday. Thirty of Scotland's 32 council areas have declared the results, and the "No" side has a lead of 1,877,252 votes to 1,512,688. The...