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  • EUROPEAN MIDDAY BRIEFING - Stocks Flat as Oil Rises

    European stocks were flat Friday while oil prices continued to rise after OPEC and a group of Russia-led oil producers agreed to continue pumping more crude. Investors are grappling with the unclear impact of Omicron for the global economy. The variant has triggered fresh restrictions around the world, throwing up new obstacles to overseas travel just as it was starting to bounce back from last year's Covid-19 measures.

  • North American Morning Briefing: Oil Rises, Stock Futures Waver as Markets Cap Volatile Week

    Employment Report for November; U.S. Factory Orders for October; Canada Labor Force Survey for November; Canada International Reserves for November; Bank of Montreal 4 Q earnings. Stock futures wobbled, while oil prices continued to rise after OPEC and a group of Russia-led oil producers agreed to continue pumping more crude.

  • North American Morning Briefing: Stock Futures Swing Higher as Investors Grapple with Omicron, Rates Uncertainty

    Weekly Jobless Claims; Toronto-Dominion Bank 4 Q earnings. Stock futures pointed to a stronger start Thursday, in what's becoming an increasingly volatile market due to uncertainty over the spread of coronavirus and the direction of interest rates. Commentary from scientists and pharmaceutical executives has helped drive market sentiment, as investors await more concrete data on vaccine efficacy against the Omicron variant.

  • EUROPEAN MIDDAY BRIEFING - Moderna CEO Comments Drag Stocks Lower

    European stocks fell more than 1% Tuesday, as downbeat comments on coronavirus variants from vaccine manufacturer Moderna unsettled investors. Oil- and travel-related stocks were among the biggest fallers. "It only took one comment from the boss of drug firm Moderna to derail markets once again.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks, Oil Drop Sharply on Concerns Over Covid Strain. The Dow, oil prices and Treasury yields slumped after South Africa raised the alarm over a fast-spreading strain of the coronavirus, triggering concern that travel restrictions and other curbs will spoil the global economy's recovery. Covid-19 Variant Upends Investor Bets on Rate Increases.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks, Oil Drop Sharply on Concerns Over Covid Strain. The Dow, oil prices and Treasury yields slumped after South Africa raised the alarm over a fast-spreading strain of the coronavirus, triggering concern that travel restrictions and other curbs will spoil the global economy's recovery. Covid-19 Variant Upends Investor Bets on Rate Increases.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks, Oil Drop Sharply on Concerns Over Covid Strain. The Dow, oil prices and Treasury yields slumped after South Africa raised the alarm over a fast-spreading strain of the coronavirus, triggering concern that travel restrictions and other curbs will spoil the global economy's recovery. Covid-19 Variant Upends Investor Bets on Rate Increases.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks, Oil Drop on Concerns Over Covid Strain. International equity markets, oil prices and Treasury yields slumped after South Africa raised the alarm over a fast- spreading strain of the coronavirus, triggering concern that travel restrictions and other curbs will spoil the global economy's recovery. Covid-19 Variant Upends Investor Bets on Rate Increases.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stocks, Oil Drop on Concerns Over Covid Strain. International equity markets, oil prices and Treasury yields slumped after South Africa raised the alarm over a fast- spreading strain of the coronavirus, triggering concern that travel restrictions and other curbs will spoil the global economy's recovery. Covid-19 Variant Upends Investor Bets on Rate Increases.

  • News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

    Stock Futures, Oil Drop on Concerns Over Covid Strain. International equity markets, oil prices and Treasury yields slumped after South Africa raised the alarm over a fast- spreading strain of the coronavirus, triggering concern that travel restrictions and other curbs will spoil the global economy's recovery. High-Yield Bond Sales Soar to Record.

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