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The Swiss stock market ended modestly higher on Wednesday, extending gains from previous session, despite lingering concerns about U.S.-China trade tensions.

Mounting worries about a long drawn U.S.-China trade war and growing uncertainty about Brexit dragged down European stocks to a negative close on Wednesday.

stockmarkets-dec12_22may19.jpg European stocks were trading mixed on Wednesday as global trade tensions mounted and investors looked ahead to the release of FOMC meeting minutes for direction. Investors fretted about a protracted U.S.-China trade war after the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is considering...

U.K. stocks advanced on Wednesday and the pound extended a negative trend after British Prime Minister Theresa May set out what she called a "new" Brexit deal for Britain's departure from the EU. The deal offers the option of a parliamentary vote on holding a second referendum on her deal if it clears...

French stocks were subdued on Wednesday as trade worries persisted and investors awaited the release of minutes from the latest Federal Reserve policy meeting. Concerns mounted about an escalating trade war after the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is considering placing limits...

German stocks were little changed on Wednesday amid fears over a protracted U.S.-China trade war after the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is considering placing limits to Chinese video surveillance firm Hikvision's ability to buy U.S. technology. Markets also kept an eye on...

asian-up_22may19.jpg European stocks look set to open a tad higher on Wednesday, with easing of U.S.-China trade tensions and a stronger dollar likely to underpin sentiment. The U.S. dollar hovered near a four-week high on the back of higher U.S. Treasury yields as investors awaited the release of minutes from the latest...

The Swiss stock market ended higher on Tuesday, recovering smartly after the setback in previous session, after the U.S. government decided to temporarily ease some trade restrictions on Huawei.

European markets ended higher on Tuesday, rebounding from losses in the previous session, as investors reacted positively to U.S. Commerce Department's decision to temporarily ease trade restrictions on Chinese tech giant Huawei.

Riding on a temporary reprieve granted to Chinese telecommunications major Huawei Technologies Co by the Trump administration, European stocks are moving higher on Tuesday, rebounding from losses in the previous session.

European markets advanced Tuesday morning, led by gains in technology stocks after the U.S. government temporarily eased some trade restrictions imposed on Chinese telecomunicatioms equipment company Huawei Technologies.

stockmarkets-jan07_21may19.jpg The mood in the European market is likely to be positive Tuesday morning after the U.S. government decided to temporarily ease some trade restrictions on Huawei.

The Switzerland stock market ended notably lower on Monday, as global growth concerns rose following an escalation in U.S.-China trade war after the U.S. government's ban on Chinese technology major Huawei.

European markets ended notably lower on Monday, with Google's decision to suspend some of its businesses with Huawei escalating trade tensions and triggering a sell-off in the technology space.

asian-martket-down-121418_20may19.jpg European stocks drifted lower on Monday, with airline and technology stocks coming under selling pressure after Ryanair warned on profits and China said it's in no hurry to resume trade talks with the U.S. Alphabet Inc's Google has suspended business with Huawei and German chipmaker Infineon Technologies...

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