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The Switzerland stock market ended higher on Wednesday, in line with markets across Europe, as investors focused on upcoming monetary policy announcement from the Federal Reserve, and awaited Swiss National Bank's policy move.

European markets closed on a firm note on Wednesday, gaining for a second successive day, as investors picked up stocks, shrugging off concerns about Chinese real estate major Evergrande's debt woes, and looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy announcement, due later in the day.

FTSE 100 excelled most of its European peers in strong showing at the bourses as markets worldwide debate on when and how the Fed will usher in a tapering regime for its monetary stimulus programs. Market sentiment soared as news emerged of Ladbrokes-owner Entain plc receiving a fresh takeover offer from US based sports betting company Draftkings. Evergrande relief too added to positive sentiment.

The CAC-40 benchmark of the Euronext exchange continued Tuesday's strong performance to surge more than 1 percent as traders anxiously await the outcome of Fed's meeting as well as resolution of debt crisis at China Evergrande.

stockmarkets jan11 22sep21 European stocks are up in positive territory around noon on Wednesday, with traders building up positions, shrugging off concerns about Chinese real estate major Evergrande's financial woes, and looking ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy announcement.

German DAX continued its strong rebound on Wednesday as traders waited to know the details of Fed's taper plans. Easing tensions on the solvency crisis at China Evergrande also helped restore sentiment.

stockmarkets jan23 22sep21 European stocks are expected to open strong on Wednesday amidst an anxious wait for policy hints from the U. S. Fed and slightly easing negative sentiment surrounding the Chinese property giant China Evergrande. Markets also seem to be expecting that the Fed would try to calm the markets before actually embarking on a tapering exercise.

The Switzerland stock market ended on a positive note on Tuesday, after moving in a tight range modestly above the flat line.

European stocks closed on a strong note on Tuesday, rebounding smartly after suffering sharp losses in the previous session amid worries about Chinese real estate major Evergrande's debt woes.

French benchmark CAC-40 of Euronext Exchange rallied smartly from Monday's levels and chose to look beyond the twin international tremors of tapering in U.S and corporate debt default in China. The smart debut of Universal Music Group, that was the most anticipated European IPO of the year added to the sentiment. Market mood was influenced positively by the publication of OECD's September report.

stockmarkets aug15 21sep21 European stocks are up sharply around noon on Tuesday, rebounding strongly thanks to some hectic bargain hunting after recent losses.

The DAX benchmark of the Frankfurt bourse has made a sharp rebound from Monday's sell-off to trade nearly two percentage higher. The relief rally, despite lingering anxieties on Fed's policy outcome and speculation on Evergrande's debt default scenario appears broad-based with only three scrips currently declining from the previous day's closing.

stockmarkets aug16 21sep21 European stocks are expected to open positive despite negative sentiment surrounding the Chinese property giant China Evergrande. However, the gains could be limited as markets worldwide wait for central bank actions during the week on easing of stimulus and interest rate trajectory.

The Switzerland stock market ended sharply lower on Monday, in line with global markets, as investors chose to lighten commitments amid worries about slowing global growth and caution ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting.

European stocks tumbled on Monday, hitting two-month lows in the process, amid worries about slowing global growth, concerns over a potential spillover of the debt crisis at China Evergrande Group and the prospect of tighter monetary policy from the Federal Reserve.

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