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Europian Stocks Increase

European Stocks Increase, While Nasdaq Futures Fall

European stocks boosted as analysts speculated the market could be relatively resilient as Asian and U.S. markets pulled back. The Europe Stoxx 600 opened higher on Monday with massive gains across industry groups. The dollar index strengthened, while oil extended a retreat under $40 a barrel after Saudi Arabia cut pricing. Treasury yields slightly changed. The S&P 500 has lost 4.3% …

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London’s All-Share Index Led European Stocks Up

On Monday, August 23, London’s FTSE All-Share Index and FTSE 100 Index both smashed 0.45% and 0.41%, respectively, leading the European stocks higher. The FTSE All-Share Index pushed London’s stock market higher as it climbed 0.45% with a net gain of $18.39. This sent the stock above at $4,082.53 per share. Then, the FTSE 100 …

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Germany Revises Growth Forecast; Commodities Up; Oil Down

Germany Led Europe Stocks Above by 0.78%

On Thursday, August 19, Germany, Europe’s largest economy, led the region’s stocks above as MDAX smashed 0.78%. Meanwhile, most markets were down. In the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, MDAX Performance Index spiked 0.78% with a net gain of $277.98. This sent the stocks higher at $36,011 per share. Its best performers include HelloFresh SE, which progressed …

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European Stocks Rebounded as MSCI World Index Climbed

On Tuesday, August 3, European stocks rebounded from yesterday’s losses as the MSCI World Index climbed 0.26%. In the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the DAX gained 0.16% with a net increase of $24.34. This sent the stocks higher at $15,569 per share. The benchmark’s top performers include Infineon Technologies AG which ameliorated 3.97% or 1.28 points …

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Euro rose slightly Thursday. What about other currencies?

Euro Rose Slightly Thursday. What About Other Currencies?

The Euro traded slightly above 3-1/2-month lows against the U.S. dollar on Thursday. Traders are waiting for a potentially momentous meeting of the ECB. Meanwhile, riskier currencies such as the Australian dollar surged forward as a global risk sell-off abated further.  The Japanese yen and the U.S. dollar index soared earlier this week to the …

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