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FTSE 100 pegged back by weak Chinese data LONDON: Britain's benchmark share index steadied around a key technical level on Monday, with weakness in miners partly offset by demand for healthcare and travel shares cheapened by a recent sell-off.Industrial metals and miners were hit by a run of softer-than-expected Chinese data at the weekend which raised the prospect of lower second-quarter economic growth in the world's top metals consumer.The Chinese numbers capped upward momentum from late last week, when weaker US jobs data calmed investor concerns about a possible early easing of central bank stimulus, credited as a key driver of global equity market gains over the past year.The FTSE 100 was steady at 6,409.05 at 1051 GMT. "We were expecting quite a strong start to the week, but we have been pegged back by some not-great data from China," said Jonathan Roy, dealer at London Stone Securities."We are just being quite stock specific. We like the look ...

European stocks close sharply higher PARIS: European stock markets closed sharply higher on Friday, with London's FTSE 100 index of leading shares adding 1.20 percent to 6,411.99 points.In Frankfurt the DAX 30 index jumped 1.92 percent to 8,254.68 points, while in Paris the CAC 40 climbed 1.53 percent to 3,872.59 points.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2013 ...
FTSE slides, braces for US jobs data LONDON: Britain's top shares slid on Friday, led down by financials and extending the sharp falls of the two previous sessions, in cautious trading pending the month's main US jobs data.The FTSE 100 was down 16.02 points, or 0.3 percent, at 6,320.09, by 1045 GMT, having dropped 3.4 percent since Wednesday to close at a month-and-a-half low on Thursday.Financials were led lower by Aberdeen Asset Management , which dropped 4.2 percent following a downgrade by ...
Dollar plunges in broad selloff, stocks rebound NEW YORK: Global equities moved higher while the dollar slid against the euro and yen on Thursday as investors reduced heavy bets on the greenback on concerns that Friday's US jobs report will disappoint.Wall Street rebounded from an earlier swoon that saw US equities slip in tandem with the dramatic moves in currency markets. The S&P 500 fell through its 50-day moving average, but shares rebounded as buyers returned."You get this rally that is more ...
Britain's FTSE edges up, led by Johnson Matthey LONDON: Britain's blue chip shares edged higher on Thursday, steadying after steep losses in the previous session and led by specialty chemicals group Johnson Matthey which reported a smaller-than-expected drop in profit.The FTSE 100 was up 6.54 points, or 0.1 percent, at 6,425.85 by 0759 GMT, having slid 2.1 percent on Wednesday, pushing it below its 50-day moving average on concerns the US central bank might soon scale back its bond purchase programme.Although the index ...
US stocks follow global markets lower WASHINGTON: Wall Street stocks opened lower Wednesday following a global rout as weaker-than-expected data on private jobs creation underscored weakness in the US economy.Five minutes into trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 43.17 points (0.28 percent) at 15,134.37.The broad-based S&P 500 lost 4.54 (0.28 percent) at 1,626.84, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite fell 8.49 (0.25 percent) to 3,436.77.Providing a possible picture for the official May job creation and unemployment numbers to be released ...
Stocks globally gain, while US stocks fall NEW YORK: Stocks on world markets and the dollar gained on Tuesday, though Wall Street fell, as expectations remained intact that the Federal Reserve will maintain its stimulus program to bolster the nascent US economic recovery.A minor lull in the week's busy schedule of central bank meetings and US data initially offered a break from recent sharp moves. But as European markets wound down, the dollar surrendered some gains against major currencies and US stock ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,067.56 0.18
Arrow Nasdaq 4,598.19 0.39
Arrow S&P 2,002.28 0.05
Arrow FTSE 6,829.17 0.06
Arrow DAX 9,507.02 0.30
Arrow CAC-40 4,378.33 0.03
Arrow Nikkei 15,668.60 1.24
Arrow H.Seng 24,749.02 0.01
Arrow Sensex 27,019.39 0.57

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