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stock-market-down_11Feb16.jpg European shares fell sharply to hit a 2-1/2 year low on Thursday as a slew of negative catalysts sent investors fleeing riskier assets. Oil prices slid on inventory data and on concerns about slowing global growth, as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen warned of several risks facing the world's largest...

U.K. shares plunged on Thursday as a slew of negative catalysts sent investors fleeing riskier assets. Oil prices slid on inventory data and on concerns about slowing global growth as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen warned of several risks facing the world's largest economy. Prominent European...

French shares tumbled on Thursday as a slew of negative catalysts sent investors fleeing riskier assets. Oil prices slid on inventory data and on concerns about slowing global growth as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen warned of several risks facing the world's largest economy. Prominent European...

German shares nosedived on Thursday as a slew of negative catalysts sent investors fleeing riskier assets. Oil prices slid on inventory data and on concerns about slowing global growth as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen warned of several risks facing the world's largest economy. Prominent European...

Asian-Markets2_11Feb16.jpg Wednesday's market recovery may prove elusive as stock futures pointed to a sharply lower open, heading into Fed Chair Janet Yellen's second leg of testimony on the economy. U.S. shares gave up early gains to end mixed overnight as crude prices showed wild swings and Yellen warned financial conditions...

The Swiss stock market ended Wednesday's session in the green, recouping some of the massive losses it endured yesterday. Following the heavy losses the market has experienced in recent days, a countermove was expected. The market has fallen more than 12 percent since the beginning of 2016. While...

The European markets ended Wednesday's session solidly in the green, rebounding from the 2-year low set yesterday. A strong rebound in bank stocks propelled the market higher. Buyers stepped in to buy European banks at low prices, following the sharp losses bank stocks have endured in recent days. ...

Asian-Markets1_10Feb16.jpg European shares rebounded from a two-year low hit on Tuesday as banks bounced back from recent losses and oil prices rose sharply in Asian trading on news that Iran is ready to talk with Saudi Arabia over the current conditions in international oil markets. While Asian shares suffered another beating,...

U.K. shares rebounded on Wednesday as banks bounced back from recent losses and oil prices rose sharply in Asian trading on news that Iran is ready to talk with Saudi Arabia over the current conditions in international oil markets. While Asian shares suffered another beating, U.S. stock futures were...

French shares bounced back on Wednesday as banks rebounded from recent losses and oil prices rose sharply in Asian trading on news that Iran is ready to talk with Saudi Arabia over the current conditions in international oil markets. While Asian shares suffered another beating, U.S. stock futures...

German shares rose sharply on Wednesday as banks rebounded from recent losses and oil prices rose sharply in Asian trading on news that Iran is ready to talk with Saudi Arabia over the current conditions in international oil markets. While Asian shares suffered another beating, U.S. stock futures...

Asian-Markets2_10Feb16.jpg European shares are seen opening lower on Wednesday, although a rebound in oil prices in Asian deals may help rein in losses to some extent. While U.S. stocks ended a volatile session marginally lower overnight after steep losses in the previous two sessions, the sell-off continued in Asia, with...

The Swiss stock market ended Tuesday's session with another sharp loss, adding to the significant pullback of the prior trading session. The market got off to a positive start Tuesday, but quickly slipped into negative territory and remainder there for the rest of the day. The market dropped below the...

The European markets finished solidly in negative territory again Tuesday, extending their losing streak to a seventh session. Concerns about global growth prospects continue to plague the markets. Crude oil prices attempted to stabilize today, following yesterday's pullback, but energy stocks still...

Asianmarkets-011415_09Feb16.jpg European shares fell in choppy trade on Tuesday as concerns about global growth prospects and banks' profitability persisted. Earlier in the day, Japan's Nikkei index plunged 5.4 percent after the U.S. and European markets fell sharply on Monday on fears of a global economic slowdown and concerns...

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