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The Swiss stock market ended Monday's session to the downside, extending the weakness from the previous trading week. The weak performance of the Chinese stock market put markets across Europe under pressure right from the start. Financial and cyclical stocks were among the weakest performers. The...

The European markets ended the first day of the new trading week firmly in negative territory. The sharp drop in the Chinese stock market weighed on investor sentiment Monday. Investors also decided to exercise caution ahead of the Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting this week. The Shanghai Composite...

The UK market was in negative territory on Monday, as investors turned their focus to the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting that concludes on Wednesday, for any clues on rate-hike. In economic news, Germany's business confidence improved more-than-expected in July, reports said citing data...

The French market was in negative territory on Monday, as investors turned their focus to the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting that concludes on Wednesday, for any clues on rate-hike. In economic news, Germany's business confidence improved more-than-expected in July, reports said citing data...

The German market was in negative territory on Monday, as investors turned their focus to the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting that concludes on Wednesday, for any clues on rate-hike. In economic news, Germany's business confidence improved more-than-expected in July, reports said citing data...

The European markets were in negative territory on Monday, as investors turned their focus to the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting that concludes on Wednesday, for any clues on rate-hike. In economic news, Germany's business confidence improved more-than-expected in July, reports said citing...

AsianMarket-112614_27Jul15.jpg Stock futures in Europe indicate a lower open on Monday, with earnings releases likely to sway sentiment as the FOMC meeting gets underway this week. Few economists expect the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting to result in a rate increase when it concludes Wednesday. Nonetheless, investors wait...

British media conglomerate Pearson PLC (PSO, PSON.L) is in talks to sell its 50 percent stake in the Economist Group, which publishes the Economist magazine, the Financial Times newspaper reported on Saturday, citing sources familiar with the situation. Earlier this week, Pearson announced that it...

The Swiss stock market ended the last session of the trading week solidly to the downside. The market fluctuated around yesterday's closing level for much of the day, but sold-off in the afternoon. The weak performance of the U.S. equity markets and the disappointing U.S. new home sales report pressured...

The European markets were up in early trade Friday, but ended the session solidly in the negative territory. Disappointing manufacturing data from China weighed on investor sentiment, as well as continued weakness in commodity prices. Mining stocks were among the weakest performing stocks at the end...

The European markets were higher on Friday afternoon, amid a deluge of corporate news from the region. On the Greek front, officials from the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund will meet in Athens today to start detailed discussions with the Greek government...

The UK market was higher on Friday afternoon, amid a deluge of corporate news from the region. On the Greek front, officials from the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund will meet in Athens today to start detailed discussions with the Greek government on...

The French market was higher on Friday afternoon, amid a deluge of corporate news from the region. On the Greek front, officials from the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund will meet in Athens today to start detailed discussions with the Greek government...

The German market was higher on Friday afternoon, amid a deluge of corporate news from the region. On the Greek front, officials from the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund will meet in Athens today to start detailed discussions with the Greek government...

Stock-Market-010815_24Jul15.jpg The European markets look set to open on a sluggish note on Friday after Wall Street stocks dropped for the third consecutive session overnight following disappointing results from industrial bellwethers and lingering U.S. rate hike worries amid signs of a strengthening labor market. FOMC members...

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