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  • EMEA Morning Briefing:Stocks Rally to Continue as Virus Fears Ease; ECB Awaited

    ECB Interest Rate Decision; France Monthly Business Survey; U.K. CBI Industrial Trends Survey; updates from Givaudan, Valeo, Publicis, Dassault Aviation, ABB, Sika, Roche, Air France-KLM, Remy Cointreau, Vantage Towers, Volkswagen, Sodexo, Unilever, Alliance Trust, G4S, Centrica, EQT, SSE, Impala Platinum, Babcock International, Tate& Lyle, Pennon Group, SSE, Halma, 3 i Group, Meggitt, Getlink. European equities are likely to extend their rebound rally on Thursday but gains could be capped ahead...

  • Indian Morning Briefing: Asian Markets Mostly Higher as Earnings Start Trickling In

    GLOBAL MARKETS DJIA 34798.00 286.01 0.83% Nasdaq 14631.95 133.08 0.92% S&P 500 4358.69 35.63 0.82% FTSE 100 6998.28 117.15 1.70% Nikkei Stock Closed Hang Seng 27589.33 364.75 1.34% Kospi 3247.63 31.72 0.99% SGX Nifty* 15748.00 138.00 0.88%* July contract USD/JPY 110.13-14 -0.14% Range 110.31 110.09 EUR/USD 1.1796-99 +0.02% Range 1.1801 1.1787 CBOT Wheat Sept $7.106 per bushel Spot Gold $1,801.50/ oz -0.1% Nymex Crude $70.22 $3.02 US STOCKS. U.S. stocks rose, extending the...

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Rebound After Steep Drop. Stocks, oil prices and bond yields rose, a day after markets were rattled on concerns that the spread of Covid-19 variants would set back the economic recovery. Glynn's Take: Raising RBA Bond Purchases a Break-Glass Option Only.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Rebound After Steep Drop. Stocks, oil prices and bond yields rose, a day after markets were rattled on concerns that the spread of Covid-19 variants would set back the economic recovery. Glynn's Take: Raising RBA Bond Purchases a Break-Glass Option Only.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Rebound After Steep Drop. Stocks, oil prices and bond yields rose, a day after markets were rattled on concerns that the spread of Covid-19 variants would set back the economic recovery. Infrastructure Vote Approaches Without Final Agreement in Place.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Rebound After Steep Drop. Stocks, oil prices and bond yields rose, a day after markets were rattled on concerns that the spread of Covid-19 variants would set back the economic recovery. Infrastructure Vote Approaches Without Final Agreement in Place.

  • North American Morning Briefing: Markets Stabilize After Worst Fall for Stocks in Months

    Housing Starts for June; Canadian National Railway Co. 2 Q earnings; Netflix Inc. 2 Q earnings. Stock futures pointed to a rebound Tuesday, after major indexes tumbled Monday on concerns over the spread of Covid-19 variants and potential setbacks to the economic recovery. Futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose, suggesting a reversal for the blue-chip index that fell more than 700 points Monday in its worst session since October.

  • EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks to Stem Losses for Now

    Eurozone Balance of Payments, ECB Bank Lending Survey; Germany PPI; Italy Balance of Payments; updates from UBS, Alstom, Remy Cointreau, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ubisoft, Electrolux, Volvo, SKF, Telenor, easyJet, Anglo American, BHP, Anglo American Platinum, Intermediate Capital, Vodacom, Telenor. Europe is in line for a calmer opening session on Tuesday, although escalating worries about Covid's delta variant will likely cap any gains for stocks. In Asia, most equity benchmarks were lower,...

  • EUROPEAN MIDDAY BRIEFING: Stocks Slump as Travel Companies Tumble on Virus Worries

    European stocks skidded on Monday as travel and leisure stocks fell. The Stoxx Europe 600 fell on worries about the inability of major economies to return to normality as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers even with the emergence of vaccines. Airline stocks were among the worst performers.

  • North American Morning Briefing: Stock Futures, Oil Drop as Delta Variant Sends Investors Into Bonds

    NAHB Housing Index for July; International Business Machines Corp. 2 Q earning. Stock futures, oil prices and government bond yields slid, amid concerns that the spread of the delta coronavirus variant and rising inflation would hold back the global economy. Surging cases of the coronavirus in many parts of the world, including highly-vaccinated countries such as the U.K., have prompted investors to dial down their expectations of economic growth in the coming months.

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