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European shares fall as downed plane revives Ukraine worries LONDON: European shares fell on Friday as the shooting down of a passenger plane over Ukraine stoked tensions between Russia and the West and sapped appetite for assets which depend on economic growth. Uncertainty over how the incident will affect the conflict between the Ukrainian government and separatists led many investors to close their long positions ahead of the weekend in case the situation deteriorates.But selling pressure was moderate and volatility low as the loss of the Malaysian airliner with 298 people aboard was also seen as intensifying international pressure to resolve the worst crisis between Russia and the West since the Cold War. "People in the market are still worried that there will be an escalation in the conflict (following the plane crash)," said Markus Huber, senior sales trader at Peregrine & Black. "But it's so serious that maybe people will pull back from the conflict now." Fighting between ...

Housebuilders fall as Ukraine worries hit UK's FTSE LONDON: British stocks fell on Friday as investors sought safety after a passenger plane was shot down in Ukraine, reviving fears about the conflict there, while shares in housebuilders underperformed following a broker downgrade. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index was down by 0.6 percent, or 42.65 points, at 6,695.67 points by the middle of the trading day. Global equities also extended declines from Thursday that were triggered by the loss of the Malaysian airliner with ...
Plane crash over Ukraine hits European, Russian shares LONDON: Europe's main stock markets fell at the start of trading on Friday, as the crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane in rebel-held eastern Ukraine continued to weigh on investor sentiment.Russian shares and the ruble also fell.In initial deals, London's benchmark FTSE 100 index slid 0.40 percent to 6,711.39 points, Frankfurt's DAX 30 dipped 0.51 percent to 9,703.67 points and the CAC 40 in Paris retreated 0.45 percent to 4,296.84 compared with Thursday's close.European equities ...
European markets fall on fresh Ukraine worries LONDON: Europe's stock markets fell on Thursday after the United States and European Union announced that they would apply further sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine.The news sent markets sliding as many investors sought to minimise risky investments amid heightened Ukraine concerns, dealers said.In midday deals, London's benchmark FTSE 100 fell 0.80 percent to 6,730.46 points, Frankfurt's DAX 30 index shed 1.08 percent to 9,753.03 points and the Paris CAC 40 reversed 1.14 ...
Russian shares, rouble slump on new US sanctions MOSCOW: Russian assets fell on Thursday after Washington imposed its toughest economic sanctions yet on Russian energy, financial and defence firms, also hitting the rouble and the country's sovereign dollar bonds.The U.S. government imposed sanctions on Wednesday on some of the key players in the Russian economy over what Washington says is Moscow's reluctance to curb violence in Ukraine.The sanctions, which in effect close medium- and long-term dollar funding, were put on Russia's largest oil ...
New sanctions cause Russian shares and rouble to tumble LONDON: The United States imposed its toughest sanctions yet on Moscow on Wednesday, and Russian stocks and the rouble tumbled on Thursday. Safe-haven assets such as gold, yen and German bonds rose.The rouble-traded MICEX stock market dropped 2.5 percent in early deals, its dollar-traded cousin, the RTS index , fell 3.2 percent and the rouble dropped as much as 1 percent against the dollar."From the West's perspective they could not have chosen a better time ...
Weaker FTSE gets support from ITV LONDON: UK shares retreated on Thursday as new Western sanctions on Russia hampered stocks with exposure to the country, though ITV jumped after cable group Liberty Global bought a stake in the free-to-air broadcaster.ITV rose 7 percent after the move by its biggest shareholder BSkyB to sell 6.4 percent of the company to Liberty Global sparked hopes for a full takeover."ITV is now likely to be seen as a potential M&A story," analysts at Liberum ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 16,982.59 0.13
Arrow Nasdaq 4,444.91 0.10
Arrow S&P 1,978.91 0.03
Arrow FTSE 6,788.07 0.05
Arrow DAX 9,598.17 0.48
Arrow CAC-40 4,344.77 0.33
Arrow Nikkei 15,529.40 0.46
Arrow H.Seng 24,428.63 0.88
Arrow Sensex 25,991.23 0.52

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