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The Swiss stock market ended Friday's session with a very small increase. After a weak opening, the market remained stuck in a sideways trend for the bulk of the session. However, the market received a boost in late trade, following the release of some better than expected US economic data. The U.S....

The European markets ended Friday's session with mixed results. Energy and automakers were under pressure at the end of the trading week. Investors were unimpressed by the results of yesterday's OPEC meeting. OPEC members and some non-OPEC producers agreed to extend a pledge to cut around 1.8 million...

The European markets fluctuated between small gains and losses over the course of Thursday's session and finished with mixed results. Trading activity was on the light side due to the Ascension Day holiday. Energy stocks were in focus due to the OPEC meeting in Vienna today. OPEC ministers announced...

The Swiss stock market ended Wednesday's session with a small decrease. The market was stuck in a trading range for the majority of the session. Trading activity was rather light ahead of tomorrow's holiday. European Central Bank President Mario Draghi maintained his dovish tone Wednesday, stating...

The majority of the European markets ended Wednesday's session with small losses, but little changed overall. The markets were stuck in a sideways trend throughout the session. Investors were in a cautious mood ahead of the release of the minutes from the most recent meeting of the Federal Reserve. The...

stockMarket-mixed-052417.jpg European stocks were little changed on Wednesday as gains in energy stocks were offset by losses in the mining sector. Automakers also turned broadly lower after the U.S. government filed a suit against Fiat Chrysler, accusing the Italian carmaker of using illegal software to fake emission results...

stockMarket-Lower-052417.jpg European stocks are seen opening slightly lower on Wednesday after British Prime Minister Theresa May raised the U.K.'s terror threat to "critical" from "severe" and Moody's cut its sovereign credit rating on China, citing concerns over a slowing economy and growing debt. Asian stock markets are...

The Swiss stock market ended Tuesday's session with a modest loss. The market got off to a weak start and slipped further late in the morning, before settling into a range. The weak performance of the defensive heavyweights pressured the overall market. The terror attack at a concert in Manchester,...

The European markets got off to a positive start Tuesday, despite the news of the suspected terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester, England yesterday. Early gains began to erode in the afternoon, but the majority of the markets held on to small gains. Upbeat economic reports from Germany, France...

stockMarket-Higher-052317.jpg European stocks held steady on Tuesday as upbeat economic reports from Germany, France and the euro zone helped investors shrug off worries over U.S. political risks, another suspected terrorist attack in the U.K. and the lack of progress on Greek debt talks. The pan-European Stoxx Europe 600 index...

U.K. shares extended gains from the previous session on Tuesday, although overall gains remained muted following last night's terror attack on the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena. While basic resources stocks retreated, the pound's weakness against both the euro and the dollar helped...

French shares rose notably on Tuesday, as a string of upbeat economic reports helped investors shrug off worries over U.S. political risks, another suspected terrorist attack in the U.K. and the lack of progress on Greek debt talks. Eurozone private sector logged the fastest growth for six years in...

German stocks inched higher after a subdued start on Tuesday as a slew of economic reports on German GDP, private sector output and business sentiment helped investors shrug off news of another suspected terrorist attack in the U.K. and the lack of progress on Greek debt talks. German GDP grew 0.6...

stockMarket-down-052317.jpg European stocks are seen opening on a subdued note on Tuesday as investors react to news of an appalling terrorist attack in the north of the U.K. and lack of progress on Greek debt talks. Campaigning has been suspended in Britain's national election after an explosion struck an Ariana Grande concert...

The Swiss stock market began the new trading week with a solid gain, after losing around 1 percent during the previous week. The market got off to a positive start and advanced further in the afternoon, following the early gains on Wall Street. The positive performance by index heavyweights Novartis...

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