Tag: European stock

European stock markets climb at open

European stock markets advanced at the start of trading on Friday, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 up 0.5 percent to 7,387.93 points. LONDON: European stock...

European stock markets wobble at open

FTSE 100 index slid 0.2 percent to 7,302.20 points, ahead of an interest rate decision from the Bank of England. Europe's major stock markets...

Stock markets mixed on Chinese stimulus, stronger sterling

LONDON: Global stock markets were mixed Monday after China unveiled fresh stimulus measures and below-par US jobs data reinforced expectations the Federal Reserve would cut...

Pound extends recovery amid Brexit drama

LONDON: The pound rebounded further Wednesday, but gains were capped by investor anxiety after Brexit turmoil sent the currency tumbling and set the stage for...

Dollar gains, stocks tumble as trade tensions swirl

LONDON: World stocks slipped and the dollar strengthened to its highest levels in more than two years on Tuesday as U.S.-China trade tensions drove investors...

Pound strikes near three-year dollar low on Brexit turmoil

LONDON: The British pound tumbled Tuesday to the lowest level against the dollar in almost three years, as the UK faces a possible general election...

European stock markets rise at open

London: European stock markets rose at the open Monday as investors assess the latest twists and turns over Brexit and the US-China trade war. London's benchmark...

European stock markets fall at open

LONDON: European stock markets fell at the start of trading on Friday, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.3 percent at 7,265.09 points. In the...

Downbeat data keeps European shares grounded

European stock markets were flat on Wednesday, subdued by dour signals from Deutsche Bank and Aston Martin as well as a slide in commodity-linked stocks,...

Downbeat Swedish earnings, oil slide hurt European shares

European stock markets lost ground on Wednesday after three straight days of gains, with Swedish share prices hit by a slew of poor quarterly results...