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U.K. stocks gave up early gains to edge lower on Thursday amid concerns over the pace of recent prices increases and the prospect of higher interest rates. The benchmark FTSE 100 was down 25 points, or 0.3 percent, at 7,564 after closing 0.4 percent higher the previous day. Miners fell across...

French stocks edged lower on Thursday, with Covid-19 worries and the prospect of higher interest rates weighing on sentiment. France's daily reported new coronavirus cases broke a new record on Tuesday with an average of over 300,000 a day in the past week, with the headline figure approaching half...

German stocks held steady on Thursday, as earnings optimism outweighed lingering worries over inflation and higher interest rates. Germany's producer prices grew at the strongest pace since the series began in 1949, driven by higher energy prices, Destatis reported earlier today. Producer prices...

stockmarkets jan17 20jan22 European stocks are likely to open higher on Thursday amid signs China is stepping up its monetary easing efforts to prop up a slowing economy. China's central bank cut the one-year loan prime rate (LPR) from 3.8 percent to 3.7 percent, and the five-year LPR from 4.65 percent to 4.6 percent, in the...

The Switzerland stock market ended slightly down on Wednesday after a choppy session as investors stayed cautious and largely refrained from making significant moves

European stocks closed slightly higher on Wednesday amid selective buying even as the mood remained quite cautious amid rising Treasury yields and worries over inflation and looming interest rate hikes.

stockmarkets jan17 19jan22 European stocks recovered from an early slide to trade on a flat note Wednesday, as luxury stocks surged after upbeat trading updates from Richemont and Burberry. A cautious undertone prevailed after U.S. Treasury yields hit fresh two-year highs amid Fed rate hike expectations. Benchmark German...

U.K. stocks were little changed on Wednesday after official data showed U.K. consumer price inflation accelerated more-than-expected in December to the highest since records began in 1997. The pound edged lower against the euro and was broadly flat against the dollar despite consumer price inflation...

French stocks edged higher in lackluster trade on Wednesday, with luxury stocks leading the surge. A cautious undertone prevailed after U.S. Treasury yields hit fresh two-year highs amid Fed rate hike expectations. Benchmark German debt yields turned positive for the first time since before the...

German stocks edged lower on Wednesday as U.S. Treasury yields hit new highs amid heightened expectations of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve. U.S. 10-year and five-year Treasury yields held near two-year highs, while the German 10-year bond yield rose above 0 percent for the first time since May...

stockmarkets aug16 19jan22 European stocks look set to extend losses on Wednesday amid concerns that higher interest rates will result in a slower economic recovery. The U.S. dollar held steady and U.S. Treasury yields hit fresh two-year highs as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's Jan. 25-26 meeting for more signals on...

The Switzerland stock market ended notably lower on Tuesday, in line with markets across Europe, as rising Treasury yields and worries about inflation rendered the mood bearish.

European stocks closed on a weak note on Tuesday as Treasury yields surged higher amid expectations the Federal Reserve will start hiking interest rate as soon as March.

european market 021219 18jan22 European stocks fell on Tuesday as a rise in two-year U.S. Treasury yields reflected expectations for a Fed policy rate hike as soon as March. Treasuries dropped across the curve, pushing two-year and 10-year yields up to levels last seen before the pandemic roiled markets. The pan European Stoxx...

U.K. stocks were moving lower on Tuesday, as signs of improvement in the U.K. labor market as well as rising U.S. Treasury yields fueled speculation of tighter monetary policies. The U.K. unemployment rate dropped to 4.1 percent in three months to November, data from the Office for National Statistics...

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