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European markets closed higher on Wednesday amid hopes the central banks will announce additional stimulus sooner than later to boost economic recovery.

stockmarkets dec17 23sep20 European stocks rose on Wednesday to extend gains from the previous session after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the Fed's commitment to use all of its monetary policy tools for as long as necessary to support the economy. Investors shrugged off flash survey data from IHS Markit...

U.K. stocks rose on Wednesday and the pound continued to decline after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions for the country and voiced hope that "things will be far better by the spring". Investors shrugged off survey results showing that the U.K. economy lost some of its bounce...

French stocks were sharply higher on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell pledged continued support for the U.S. economy and urged lawmakers for more fiscal stimulus. The benchmark CAC 40 index was up 94 points, or 2 percent, at 4,867 after declining 0.4 percent on Tuesday. Peugeot...

German stocks rose on Wednesday to extend gains from the previous session after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the Fed's commitment to helping the economy through the coronavirus pandemic and pressed Congress for more aid. Powell will make a second appearance in DC later today. The...

marketopen 011519 23sep20 European stocks look set to open higher on Wednesday even as underlying sentiment may remain cautious amid rising Covid-19 cases and persistent worries about the global economic recovery. Tensions between the U.S. and China came to the fore of the annual UN General Assembly in New York, with U.S....

The Switzerland stock market suffered a few mild setbacks on Tuesday after a fairly positive start, but managed to end the session modestly higher with select blue chips posting notable gains.

European stocks managed to close higher on Tuesday despite staying somewhat sluggish at times with investors largely staying cautious and making selective purchases after recent sharp losses.

stockmarkets aug16 22sep20 European stocks rebounded on Tuesday after suffering their biggest drop since June the previous day on concerns over coronavirus restrictions and diminishing prospects for economic stimulus. The pan European Stoxx 600 rose 0.6 percent to 359.06 after falling as much as 3.2 percent on Monday. The German...

U.K. stocks rose modestly on Tuesday and the pound recovered some lost ground as Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey downplayed the prospect of negative interest rates in the future. As escalating Covid-19 cases threaten the economic outlook, the central bank was looking hard at how it could support...

French stocks gave up early gains to turn flat on Tuesday as virus concerns lingered and investors awaited a slew of Fed speeches for clues on further stimulus measures to revive the coronavirus-battered economy. Fed Chair Jerome Powell and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will speak later in...

German stocks rebounded on Tuesday despite reports that U.K. and Spain will impose new measures to curb coronavirus surge. Healthcare and technology companies gained ground, outweighing losses in the travel-related stocks. The benchmark DAX rose 102 points, or 0.8 percent, to 12,644 after plunging...

stockmarkets aug16 22sep20 European stocks look set to open on a positive note Tuesday after steep losses in the previous session. Underlying sentiment, however, may remain cautious as hopes of further stimulus fade and reports suggest that Beijing is readying a list of U.S. technology companies to blacklist. Asian markets...

The Switzerland stock market tumbled on Monday, in line with markets across the globe, amid mounting worries about surging coronavirus cases and fears of lockdown measures in several parts of Europe.

European stocks crashed on Monday, reeling under a severe bout of selling pressure amid rising worries about a surge in coronavirus cases across several parts of the region, and fears of widespread lockdown measures.

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