Equity News Results

  • FTSE 100's lower close seen as 'a pause for last week's global rebound'

    By Carla Mozee and Victor Reklaitis, MarketWatch. Analyst:' Equities are a shade offside to start the new week'. U.K.' s blue-chip stocks finished in the red Monday after last week's strong performance, with losses for consumer- goods heavyweight Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC pressuring the London market's benchmark.

  • LONDON MARKETS: FTSE 100's Lower Close Seen As 'a Pause For Last Week's Global Rebound'

    By Carla Mozee and Victor Reklaitis, MarketWatch. Analyst:' Equities are a shade offside to start the new week'. U.K.' s blue-chip stocks finished in the red Monday after last week's strong performance, with losses for consumer- goods heavyweight Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC pressuring the London market's benchmark.

  • EUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks End Day With Losses, Driven Lower By Daimler And Reckitt Benckiser

    By Carla Mozee and Victor Reklaitis, MarketWatch. Reckitt Benckiser's results disappoint; Daimler down on emissions report. European stocks closed lower Monday, dragged down in part by falls for consumer products heavyweight Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC and German automobile maker Daimler AG.

  • Dow futures slip with traders on Presidents Day break

    Analyst:' Last week's turnaround marked a positive inflection point'. U.S. stock futures were trading lower on Monday, reversing Friday's mostly upbeat action, though analysts warned against reading too much into the moves, given traders are off for Presidents Day. American stock markets and the bond market are closed for the holiday, and there are no economic releases expected, as federal agencies are shuttered.

  • COLUMN-After biggest short, speculators slash bearish US bond bets as supply deluge looms: McGeever

    By Jamie McGeever. With the dust beginning to settle after a tumultuous start to the year for the U.S. bond market, speculators are scaling back their bets on higher yields. After building up a record short position in two-year Treasury futures and historically large short positions across other maturities, a reversal was always on the cards.

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks break recovery streak with U.S. and China closed

    * Falls in Europe weigh on world stocks. * Steel stocks gain on talk of U.S. import curbs. * Dollar edges up from three-year lows. * Greek yields dip on ratings upgrade. * Oil near two-week highs. * Market holiday in the U.S., Greater China. By Ritvik Carvalho.

  • Which markets are closed on Presidents Day?

    U.S. financial markets will be closed Monday, Feb. 19, in observance of Presidents Day, perhaps giving traders some time to reflect on the latest market turbulence that gave us the first correction in about two years. The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq will be closed on Monday. Meanwhile, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association recommends no trading in dollar-denominated securities, including bonds, money markets and certificates of deposit.

  • The stock market's new 'wall of worry' is built on inflation and rate fears

    'Seasoned investors will be watching for retests of the lows': Prudential's Krosby. The U.S. stock market on Friday posted one of its best weekly performances in years, recapturing half of the losses from the startling market correction earlier this month and discovering a new "wall of worry" to climb. The S&P 500 closed nearly flat at 2,732. 22 on Friday and booked a 4.3% weekly gain, and is now only 5% below the all-time peak set in January.

  • FOREX-Dollar edges higher after hitting 3-year low

    * U.S. dollar enjoys small bounce. * Euro slips but holds close to $1.24. * Graphic: World FX rates in 2018 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh. By Tommy Wilkes. The dollar enjoyed a small rebound on Monday as investors bought back the greenback following its plunge to three-year lows.

  • Italy - Factors to watch on Feb. 19

    The following factors could affect Italian markets on Monday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy. For a complete list of diary events in Italy please click on . COMPANIES CREDITO VALTELLINESE.

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