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The European markets were mostly higher on Monday afternoon, after data showing Germany's business sentiment was higher than expected served to encourage risk appetite to some extent. That said, victory of the anti-austerity Syriza party in Greece raised concerns about the country's continuity in the...

The UK market slipped on Monday afternoon, after victory of the anti-austerity Syriza party in Greece raised concerns about the country's continuity in the eurozone. Germany's business sentiment was higher than expected in January, latest figures from the IfO Institute showed. The business confidence...

The French market rose on Monday afternoon, after data showing Germany's business sentiment was higher than expected served to encourage risk appetite to some extent. Optimism about the European Central Bank's stimulus offset worries emerging from the results of the snap elections in Greece. Germany's...

The German market was moderately higher on Monday afternoon, after data showing the country's business sentiment was higher than expected served to encourage risk appetite to some extent. Germany's business sentiment was higher than expected in January, latest figures from the IfO Institute showed....

The European markets are poised for a lower open on Monday, as the victory of the anti-austerity Syriza party in Greece raised concerns about the country's continuity in the eurozone. The DAX futures were losing 60.00 points, the CAC 40 futures were dropping 26.00 points and the Swiss Market Index...

The Swiss stock market ended Friday's session with a substantial gain and finished the trading week in the green, despite some weakness during the middle of the week. Investor sentiment continued to be driven by the stimulus package that was revealed by the European Central Bank yesterday. Investors...

The European markets finished sharply higher again Friday, extending their gains after the European Central Bank announced a massive stimulus program at its meeting yesterday. The ECB will begin making monthly purchases of public and private sector securities in March in the amount of EUR 60 billion....

The European markets were firmly in the green on Friday, after the European Central Bank Thursday unveiled its asset purchase program that beat market expectations. The ECB will inject over 1.0 trillion euros into the euro zone economy to stimulate the economy. It is believed that a major portion of...

The UK market was modestly higher on Friday, after the European Central Bank Thursday unveiled its asset purchase program that beat market expectations. The ECB will inject over 1.0 trillion euros into the euro zone economy to stimulate the economy. It is believed that a major portion of the new money...

The French market was firmly in the green on Friday, after the European Central Bank Thursday unveiled its asset purchase program that beat market expectations. The ECB will inject over 1.0 trillion euros into the euro zone economy to stimulate the economy. It is believed that a major portion of the...

The German market was firmly in the green on Friday, after the European Central Bank Thursday unveiled its asset purchase program that beat market expectations. The ECB will inject over 1.0 trillion euros into the euro zone economy to stimulate the economy. It is believed that a major portion of the...

StockMarkets-112514_23Jan15.jpg Stock futures point to a higher open on Friday, a day after the European Central Bank (ECB) unveiled its asset purchase program that exceeded market expectations. There is some consensus among market participants that the launch of QE program has been fast-tracked because of the market volatility caused...

While the rest of Europe finished Thursday's session with strong gains, the Swiss stock market ended a volatile trading day with a small decrease. The market declined for the majority of the morning and was down 1.8 percent at its lowest point. The market began to stabilize around midday and support...

The majority of the European markets finished sharply higher Thursday, after the European Central Bank announced stimulus measures that exceeded expectations. The markets extended their gains from the previous five sessions and finished at new highs. Following the long anticipated QE announcement, investors...

Asianmarkets-112014_22Jan15.jpg The European markets are broadly lower on Thursday after rising sharply over the last five days on speculation the European Central Bank will unveil a quantitative easing program to counter the combined threat of growing deflationary risks and economic stagnation. Many economists expect that the central...

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