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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 ...

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 ...
TSX slightly higher despite slip in energy stocks TORONTO: Canada's main stock index edged up on Thursday, helped by a gain in heavyweight pharmaceutical company Valeant and rising material stocks, while energy names slipped in line with a fall in crude oil prices. At 10:09 a.m. EST (1509 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index rose 10.77 points, or 0.08 percent, to 13,414.19. Six of the index's 10 main groups were in positive territory, with three gainers for every two decliners. The ...
Wall St ends flat ahead of Thanksgiving holiday NEW YORK: US stocks were little changed on Wednesday with the biggest gains in the healthcare and consumer sectors as the latest data showed a modestly growing US economy. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 1.47 points, or 0.01 percent, to 17,813.66, the S&P 500 lost 0.22 points, or 0.01 percent, to 2,088.92 and the Nasdaq Composite added 13.34 points, or 0.26 percent, to 5,116.14. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
TSX falls as crude retreat weighs on energy stocks TORONTO: Canada's main stock index slipped on Wednesday, as energy stocks fell in line with a retreat in the price of crude, although losses were limited by gains for railway and consumer stocks. The most influential weight on the index was Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc, which fell 3.2 percent to C$112.66. The next eight heaviest weights were all energy companies. The overall energy group retreated 1.5 percent as the global crude benchmark fell after a ...
Brazil assets sink as corruption arrests reignite political worries  SAO PAULO: Brazilian stocks fell and the currency weakened on Wednesday after the arrests of a key ruling party senator and an influential banker rekindled fears that President Dilma Rousseff's administration could face further problems passing austerity measures in Congress.Earlier in the day, Brazil's federal police arrested Senator Delcdio do Amaral, the ruling coalition's leader in the upper house, and Andr? Esteves, the chief executive of Grupo BTG Pactual SA, for allegedly helping obstruct a ...
US stocks open a tick higher NEW YORK: US stocks opened slightly higher Wednesday following a stream of mixed economic data in the last trading session ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.Five minutes into trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average stood at 17,815.96, up 3.77 points (0.02 percent). The broad-based S&P 500 added 0.54 (0.03 percent) at 2,089.68, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index rose 6.51 (0.13 percent) to 5,109.32.US data showed a dip in weekly jobless claims, but a disappointing gain ...


ArrowDJIA 17,798.49 0.08
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ArrowS&P 2,090.11 0.06
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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