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European markets ended higher on Wednesday amid slightly easing worries about coronavirus after reports said the number of new cases dropped down a bit on Tuesday.

marketopen-011519_19feb20.jpg European stocks rose on Wednesday after the number of new coronavirus cases in China fell for a second day running. Markets also remain hopeful that China will cut its benchmark loan prime rate Thursday to offset the economic damage caused by the coronavirus outbreak. In economic releases, official...

U.K. stocks rose notably on Wednesday after the number of new coronavirus cases in China fell for a second day running. Markets also remain hopeful that China will cut its benchmark loan prime rate Thursday to offset the economic damage caused by the coronavirus outbreak. In economic releases,...

French stocks were rising on Wednesday as investors remained hopeful on further stimulus measures from global central banks to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic. Markets heaved a sigh of relief after data showed the rate of increase in the number of confirmed cases of infection...

German stocks advanced on Wednesday as the euro retreated and data showed the number of new coronavirus cases fell for a second straight day. The euro extended declines, a day after a survey showed a sharp deterioration in German investor sentiment. The benchmark DAX was up 59 points, or 0.43 percent,...

stockmarkets-aug17_19feb20.jpg European stocks may open higher on Wednesday after data showed a slight decline in new coronavirus cases. Markets remain hopeful on further stimulus measures from global central banks to mitigate the economic impact of the epidemic. According to the National Health Commission, mainland China had...

The Switzerland stock market ended weak on Tuesday, in line with the trend seen across Europe, after Apple Inc warned of a fall in revenue in the March-quarter due to the coronavirus outbreak.

European markets ended lower on Tuesday, weighed down by concerns over the potential impact of the coronavirus outbreak in China on the global economy, Apple Inc's sales warning, and some disappointing quarterly earnings reports.

us-premarket-010219_18feb20.jpg European stocks edged lower on Tuesday, with technology and mining stocks pacing the declines, after Apple Inc became the latest company to warn of trouble from the coronavirus outbreak, saying it would not meet its guidance for March-quarter revenue because of slower iPhone production. Germany's...

U.K. stocks declined on Tuesday as coronavirus worries persisted, with iPhone maker Apple warning that it was unlikely to meet its March quarter sales forecast. A mixed earnings update from InterContinental Hotels also dented investor sentiment. The hotel group posted improved profits last year,...

French stocks retreated on Tuesday as China reported 98 new deaths from coronavirus, taking the total in mainland China to 1,868. More than 72,000 people have now been infected in China and hundreds more abroad. The World Health Organization has warned against a global over-reaction to the new coronavirus...

German stocks declined on Tuesday after Apple Inc became the latest company to warn of trouble from the coronavirus outbreak, saying it would not meet its guidance for March-quarter revenue because of slower iPhone production. The benchmark DAX fell 86 points, or 0.63 percent, to 13,696 after rising...

marketopen-011519_18feb20.jpg European stocks look set to open lower on Tuesday after iPhone maker Apple warned that its quarterly sales would miss forecasts due to production delays caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Asian markets remain mostly lower, with Japanese stocks hitting a two-week low as investors remained concerned...

The Switzerland stock market ended modestly higher on Monday as the mood remained positive in the market after the People's Bank of China announced stimulus measures to boost China's growth.

European stocks ended higher on Monday, buoyed by the Chinese central bank's decision to cut lending rates in order to boost the country's economy.

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