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Markets-111714_23Sep16.jpg European stocks fell slightly on Friday, as the Fed's decision on interest rates faded, oil prices slipped ahead of next week's Algiers OPEC meeting and regional data on French GDP and Eurozone private sector activity disappointed investors. Miners were among the biggest losers after sharp gains in...

Asian-Markets2_23Sep16.jpg European stocks are seen opening flat to slightly lower on Friday as investors pause for breath after sharp gains in the previous session. While U.S. stocks rose for a third straight session overnight, most Asian stocks edged lower in cautious trade. The yen retreated slightly against the dollar,...

stock-up_22Sep16.jpg European stocks hit two-week highs on Thursday, with mining and energy stocks among the biggest gainers, as the dollar drifted deeper into negative territory on expectations that the Federal Reserve will hold off raising interest rates until December. Fed Chair Janet Yellen offered an upbeat assessment...

stock-market-8_22Sep16.jpg European stocks are seen opening higher on Thursday after Fed Chair Janet Yellen offered an upbeat assessment of the economic outlook, but noted that a cautious approach in paring back monetary policy support is appropriate. The major U.S. averages climbed about 1 percent overnight, the dollar sagged,...

OECD-092116.jpg Weaker conditions in advanced economies, including the effects of "Brexit", have offset a gradual improvement in emerging market commodity producers as the world economy entered a low-growth trap amid weak trade and financial distortions, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said Wednesday, while trimming the global growth projections.

UKPublicFinance-092116.jpg The U.K. budget deficit narrowed in August but the bigger-than-expected shortfall highlights the difficulty in achieving the targets set ahead of Brexit vote. Public sector net borrowing excluding interventions decreased by GBP 0.9 billion from prior year to GBP 10.5 billion in August, the Office for National Statistics reported Wednesday.

Asian-Market-100912_21Sep16.jpg Financials led European stocks higher on Wednesday after the Bank of Japan decided not to delve further into negative interest rates. The Bank of Japan announced substantial changes to its monetary policy framework, including adopting quantitative and qualitative easing with yield curve control across...

European stocks are seen opening higher on Wednesday, with banks in focus after the Bank of Japan decided not to delve further into negative interest rates. Japan's central bank refrained from cutting rates, but announced substantial changes to its monetary policy framework, including adopting quantitative...

Stock-Market-500_20Sep16.jpg European stocks traded mostly higher on Tuesday, even as energy stocks succumbed to selling pressure on the back of lower crude oil prices. Oil prices fell towards six-week lows during European hours on Venezuelan comments that the oil market remains oversupplied by 10 percent. The dollar fell...

Asian-Markets2_20Sep16.jpg Stock futures indicate a mixed open on Tuesday as investors brace for key monetary policy decisions by the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan. Both will conclude their two-day meetings on Wednesday and their respective decisions may send ripples through global financial markets. The Fed may...

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