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preview oct29 27jul21 Money supply data from the euro area and the Distributive Trades survey results from the UK are due on Tuesday, headlining a light day for the European economic news. At 3.30 am ET, Statistics Sweden is scheduled to issue foreign trade and household lending data for June.

fda july23 27jul21 As July comes to a close, it's time to look back on some of the month's most important news and look forward to what August has in store. In a recent town hall meeting, the US President Joe Biden stated that he expected the FDA to fully approve the COVID-19 vaccines as soon as late August or early September.

stockmarkets jan07 27jul21 European stocks are seen opening narrowly mixed on Tuesday as investors brace for the Fed meeting outcome. The Fed report Wednesday might offer clues on when U.S. stimulus might start winding down as the inflation crisis rages. Fed Chair Jerome Powell may reiterate that the tapering discussion...

wallstreet aug24 26jul21 Stocks showed a lack of direction throughout much of the trading day on Monday but managed to end the session modestly higher. With the uptick on the day, the major averages once again reached new record closing highs.

wallstreet sept05 26jul21 After showing a lack of direction early in the session, stocks continue to turn in a lackluster performance in mid-day trading on Monday. Despite the choppy trading, the major averages have set new record intraday highs.

olympics july26 With complete dominance in skateboarding, Japan overtook China to emerge as the leader in the gold medal tally at the Tokyo Olympics. Japan leads with 8 gold, 2 silver and 3 bronze at the end of Day 3. The United States advanced to the second position, winning a total of 7 golds, 3 silvers and 4 bronze medals. China is placed third with 6 golds, 5 silver and 7 bronze.

wallstreet3 26jul21 Following the strong upward move seen over the course of the previous week, stocks are showing a lack of direction in morning trading on Monday. The major averages have spent the morning bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.

new home sales 072621 New home sales in the U.S. unexpectedly showed another steep drop in the month of June, according to a report released by the Commerce Department on Monday. The report said new home sales tumbled by 6.6 percent to an annual rate of 676,000 in June after plunging by 7.8 percent to a revised rate of 724,000 in May.

jacekolczak july26 Tobacco giant Philip Morris International plans to stop selling cigarettes in the United Kingdom in the next decade, according to its CEO Jacek Olczak. In an interview with the Daily Mail Sunday, Olczak said the sales of the company's most popular product Marlboro cigarettes will also be stopped. The move is said to be part of the company's plan to phase out traditional tobacco products.

wallstreet july23 26jul21 After closing higher for four consecutive sessions, stocks may give back ground in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 89 points.

wallstreet july26 Traders are also likely to keep an eye on key U.S. economic data, especially New Home Sales and Dallas' Manufacturing Survey report for July today. The Federal Reserve's monetary policy decision is also likely to be in focus this week. Major corporates such as Tesla (TSLA), General Electric (GE),...

uscoronavirus july26 The seven day average of daily coronavirus infections in the United States has more than quadrupled from the levels recorded a month ago. From an average of 11000-plus cases reported on June 25, the seven- day average has surged to 51939 on Sunday, according to data analyzed by the New York Times. This is the highest weekly average recorded since April 28. There is also significant rise in the

germany may25 26jul21 German business confidence weakened unexpectedly in July as supply bottlenecks and concerns over rising coronavirus infections weighed on the economy, survey results from the ifo Institute revealed on Monday. The business climate index fell to 100.8 in July from a revised 101.7 in June. The score was forecast to rise to 102.1 from June's initially estimated value of 101.8.

european market 021219 26jul21 European stocks fell in cautious trade on Monday after a government crackdown pushed China stocks to their worst day in a year and a survey showed German business confidence weakened unexpectedly in July. German business sentiment index fell to 100.8 in July from a revised 101.7 in June, the ifo Institute...

philips july26 Shares of Philips Electronics NV were losing around 2 percent in the morning trading in Amsterdam as well as in pre-market activity on NYSE after the Dutch consumer electronics giant reported Monday weak profit due to a provision and lower orders in its second quarter, while sales were higher.

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