By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets traded in a mixed fashion Tuesday, with weak German industrial production data weighing while strong from oil giant BP (NYSE:) helped the U.K. outperform. At 03:50 ET (08:50 GMT), the in Germany traded 0.1% lower, the in France traded flat, while the in the U.K. climbed 0.5%.
By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets are expected to open slightly firmer Tuesday, with investors digesting important corporate earnings from the likes of oil giant BP (NYSE:), more economic data as well as the latest commentary from Federal Reserve head Jerome Powell. At 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT), the contract in Germany traded 0.1%
By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets traded lower Monday, with investors fretting about rising Sino-U.S. geopolitical tensions and the global economic outlook despite a healthy rebound in German factory orders. At 04:00 ET (09:00 GMT), the in Germany traded 0.6% lower, the in France fell 1% and the in the U.K. dropped 0.6%.
By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets are expected to open weaker Monday as investors digest the global economic outlook in the wake of strong U.S. payrolls data amid raised Sino-U.S. geopolitical tensions. At 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT), the contract in Germany traded 0.5% lower, in France dropped 0.6%, while the contract in the
By Scott Kanowsky Investing.com — European equities were broadly lower on Friday, as investors poured over disappointing results from major tech sector players and looked ahead to key U.S. labor market data. At 04:20 ET (09:20 GMT), the regional dropped by 0.30%, the in Germany traded 0.67%, and the in France lost 0.41%. The outlier was
By Scott Kanowsky Investing.com — European shares rose on Thursday, extending a rally in Asia, as investors examined comments from Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell on the path forward for inflation and awaited the release of fresh central bank interest rate decisions. At 04:15 ET (09:15 GMT), the regional gained 0.81%, the in Germany traded
By Scott Kanowsky Investing.com — European shares inched lower in early trading on Tuesday, as investors awaited the release of fourth quarter growth figures from the Eurozone, braced for a central bank interest rate decisions this week, and examined a series of fresh corporate earnings. At 03:55 ET (08:55 GMT), the regional fell 0.54%, the
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By Scott Kanowsky Investing.com — European shares declined in early trading on Monday, with investors looking ahead to a Federal Reserve meeting and key economic data later this week. At 03:40 ET (08:40 GMT), the regional fell 0.47%, the in Germany traded 0.30% lower, the in the U.K. dropped 0.28% and the in France decreased