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  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stock Futures Inch Higher Ahead of Economic Data. U.S. stock futures inched higher ahead of data on producer prices and wholesale inventories. Two Fed Chiefs to Sell Stocks to Avoid Appearance of Conflict of Interest.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Two Fed Chiefs to Sell Stocks to Avoid Appearance of Conflict of Interest. The leaders of the Boston and Dallas Federal Reserve Banks said they would sell individual stocks they own, invest the proceeds in diversified indexed funds or cash savings, and cease trading in individual securities. Stocks Turn Lower After Jobless Claims Data.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Two Fed Chiefs to Sell Stocks to Avoid Appearance of Conflict of Interest. The leaders of the Boston and Dallas Federal Reserve Banks said they would sell individual stocks they own, invest the proceeds in diversified indexed funds or cash savings, and cease trading in individual securities. Stocks Turn Lower After Jobless Claims Data.

  • EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks to Lack Impetus as Growth Doubts Remain

    Eurozone long term interest rates; Germany CPI, current account; France, Italy industrial production; U.K. monthly GDP estimates, trade, index of services; Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers, ECOFIN meeting; no major earnings scheduled. European shares could struggle for momentum on Friday after Wall Street wobbled lower. In Asia, stocks managed to stem their recent slide, the dollar was under pressure, Treasury yields and oil edged higher and gold was flat.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Two Fed Chiefs to Sell Stocks to Avoid Appearance of Conflict of Interest. The leaders of the Boston and Dallas Federal Reserve Banks said they would sell individual stocks they own, invest the proceeds in diversified indexed funds or cash savings, and cease trading in individual securities. Stocks Turn Lower After Jobless Claims Data.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Turn Lower After Jobless Claims Data. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average drifted downward in choppy trading after three consecutive days of declines. Two Fed Chiefs to Sell Stocks to Avoid Appearance of Conflict of Interest.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks Turn Lower After Jobless Claims Data. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average drifted downward in choppy trading after three consecutive days of declines. Jobless Claims Fall Sharply to New Pandemic Low.

  • EUROPEAN MIDDAY BRIEFING: Stocks Under Pressure Ahead of ECB

    European stocks fell ahead of the European Central Bank meeting due later Thursday. The ECB will issue its latest policy statement, with policy makers offering their assessment of the economy and inflation. Some investors are betting that the central bank will disclose plans to start paring back its purchase of government bonds through an emergency program that was meant to bolster credit markets and growth during the pandemic.

  • North American Morning Briefing: Stock Futures Fall Ahead of Jobless Claims Data

    Weekly Jobless Claims; EIA Weekly Petroleum Status Report. Stock futures fell Thursday ahead of fresh data on jobless claims and an update to the European Central Bank's monetary policy. Investors' optimism has waned this week following a jobs report that showed a sharp slowdown in the pace of hiring in the U.S., and signs that the pace of economic recovery weakened over the summer due to the Delta variant of Covid-19.

  • EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks to Extend Retreat as Fed Signals Economic Growth Slowed

    ECB interest rate announcement, ECB macroeconomic projections; Germany Foreign Trade; OECD Harmonised Unemployment Rates; updates from Gazprom, Morrison Supermarkets, Fuller Smith& Turner, Sibanye-Stillwater. Europe will likely open in the red again after further losses on Wall Street following a Fed report that showed the U.S. economic recovery slowed and prices continued to rise over the summer. In Asia, shares were weaker, the dollar and Treasury yields were little changed,...

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