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US, European stocks shrug off China sell-off NEW YORK: US and European stock markets ended little changed Friday, shrugging off a steep sell-off in China sparked by news of investigations into several brokerages.Wall Street trading was subdued in a shortened post-Thanksgiving holiday trading session, following market closures on Thursday, as shoppers swarmed to Black Friday sales in the kickoff weekend to the important year-end shopping season. "Unsurprisingly, the Friday session was very quiet with trading volume running well below average," said.Stocks had moved little in the week's first three days of trading. Markets were closed Thursday for Thanksgiving Day, and closed three hours early Friday, at 1800 GMT. No economic indicators were on the agenda."With nothing in the way of earnings or economic data to digest, traders will await Black Friday updates from retailers," said Alex Eppstein at Schaeffer's Investment Research.The National Retail Federation will release spending results for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend on Sunday.Retail stocks ...

Britain's FTSE ends lower as miners slump LONDON: British shares retreated on Friday as miners pushed the blue-chip FTSE 100 index into negative territory following weak Chinese industrial data which reignited concerns over China's economic slowdown. Chinese industrial profits fell 4.6 percent in October, declining for the fifth month in a row, while leading Chinese shares ended the session over 5 percent lower, also hit by a new regulatory crackdown. The FTSE 350 mining index was the main sectoral decliner, falling 3.7 ...

European shares retreat from three-month high as China wobbles LONDON: A leading European share index retreated from a three-month high on Friday, hit by a drop in shares of mining companies after a slump in Chinese equities. Anticipation of further stimulus by the European Central Bank next week helped to cushion the fall.The FTSEurofirst 300 ended down 0.26 percent at 1,512.32, after posting its highest close since August on Thursday. Mining stocks fell the most, declining 2.7 percent. China, the world's biggest consumer of ...

China stocks hit hard, rest of world shrugs NEW YORK: Chinese shares slumped 5 percent on Friday, hit by regulatory and industrial sector worries, but the declines did not carry through to other major equity markets, which ended modestly lower. The Shanghai Composite index and the CSI300 both registered their biggest one-day drops in more than three months on signs that the country's securities regulator was clamping down anew on leveraged buying. China also reported a 4.6 percent drop in profits among large ...

China plunge sparks sell-off across Asian stock markets LONDON: A plunge in Chinese stocks triggered by a probe into several brokerages and profits sinking at the country's industrial giants by far more than expected dragged down Asian markets on Friday.But the turbulence failed to spread beyond Asia, with European and and US indices holding steady, unlike last August when a panic-driven sell-off in China sparked volatility in markets across the world.With Shanghai slumping more than six percent at one point, painful memories of ...

Tokyo shares dragged down by weak Japan data in quiet trade TOKYO: Tokyo shares closed lower in quiet trade Friday as profit-taking set in and tepid Japanese data aggravated worries about the health of the world's number three economy.A key inflation gauge showed Japan's consumer prices fell again in October from a year ago, while spending by households also dropped in a double blow for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's high-profile growth blitz, dubbed Abenomics.The weak figures came despite signs of a tight labour market, with the ...

Chinese shares close down more than five percent SHANGHAI: Chinese shares closed down more than five percent Friday, after inquiries were announced into several major brokerage firms.The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 5.48 percent, or 199.25 points, to 3,436.30. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slumped 6.09 percent, or 141.58 points, to 2,184.11.The plunges came after one of the country's biggest brokerages, Guosen Securities, said it was being investigated by market regulators for suspected "rule violations", weeks after ...


ArrowDJIA 17,798.49 0.08
ArrowNasdaq 5,127.52 0.22
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ArrowFTSE 6,375.15 0.28
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ArrowCAC-40 4,930.14 0.32
ArrowNikkei 19,883.94 0.30
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