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The Swiss stock market gave back its early gains Friday and ended the session nearly unchanged. The market also ended the overall trading week with a loss, snapping a 9-week run to the plus side. The market's early gains were viewed as a reaction to the sharp losses of the previous session. Concerns...

The European markets ended Friday's session with mixed results. The majority of the European markets finished the overall trading week with a loss, following several weeks of gains. Greece is expected to submit its reform proposal later today. So far, no details have been given about what those reforms...

The European markets were mostly higher on Friday, after Germany's import prices declined at a slower-than-expected pace in February, and optimism emerged that conflict in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies even as concerns remained about the situation. Germany's import prices declined...

The UK market was trading lower on Friday, even as other markets in the region rose on impressive data and optimism that conflict in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies. Germany's import prices declined at a slower-than-expected pace in February, figures from Destatis showed. The import...

The French market was trading higher on Friday, after consumer confidence improved as expected to the highest level since 2010, and optimism emerged that conflict in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies. Germany's import prices declined at a slower-than-expected pace in February, figures...

The German market was trading higher on Friday, after Germany's import prices declined at a slower-than-expected pace in February, and optimism emerged that conflict in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies. Germany's import prices declined at a slower-than-expected pace in February, figures...

Asian-Markets1_27Mar15.jpg European stocks are seen opening slightly higher on Friday as investors veer around to the view that the ongoing conflict in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies as the market is well-supplied and Yemen is a very small producer, with an output of around 145,000 barrels per day in 2014. U.S....

The Swiss stock market ended Thursday's session solidly in negative territory, extending its weakness from the previous three trading sessions. The market had been on a 9-week upward trend before the current trading week began. Over that period of time the Swiss Market had recouped all of its losses...

The European markets sold-off sharply early Thursday as geopolitical concerns weighed on investor sentiment. However, the markets were able to pare their losses in the afternoon, after the U.S. equity markets turned positive. Energy and mining stocks were among the best performers, due to an increase...

The European markets fell across the board on Thursday, as investors exercised caution amid the unrest in Yemen and weak economic data from Wall Street overnight. Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes targeting Houthi rebels in Yemen with the support of Gulf region allies and the U.S. The country has...

The UK market declined on Thursday, as investors exercised caution amid the unrest in Yemen and weak economic data from Wall Street overnight. Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes targeting Houthi rebels in Yemen with the support of Gulf region allies and the U.S. The country has been facing a power...

The French market declined on Thursday, as investors exercised caution amid the unrest in Yemen and weak economic data from Wall Street overnight. Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes targeting Houthi rebels in Yemen with the support of Gulf region allies and the U.S. The country has been facing a...

The German market declined on Thursday afternoon, as investors exercised caution amid the unrest in Yemen and weak economic data from Wall Street overnight. Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes targeting Houthi rebels in Yemen with the support of Gulf region allies and the U.S. The country has been...

The Swiss stock market ended Wednesday's session firmly in negative territory. The market was up slightly in early trade, but reversed direction in the afternoon. The release of the weaker than anticipated U.S. durable goods orders report caused the turnaround. The sharp sell-off in the U.S. equity markets...

The European markets ended Wednesday's session firmly in the red, despite the better than expected German business confidence report. The markets weakened after the Euro gained ground against the U.S. dollar. The weakness in the dollar was caused by the unexpected drop in U.S. durable goods orders for...

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