Friday, 3rd December 2021
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European stocks

18 Jul 2018
Gains by the dollar in the wake of the Federal Reserve chief expressing confidence in the US economy despite global trade war fears helped push European stocks higher on Wednesday.
4 Oct 2016
European stocks were sharply lower on Friday, as ongoing concerts over the European banking sector weighed and as investors remained cautious ahead of a report on euro zone ...
19 Aug 2016
While most western-European markets have recovered from the Brexit shock, Italy still has a long way to go. With a looming referendum and an ongoing banking crisis, traders are paying up to hedge against more stock turbulence.
4 Aug 2016
European stocks shot higher and the pound plunged after the Bank of England cut interest rates and announced an additional £170 billion of stimulus to counter Brexit fallout.
20 May 2016
European stocks were little changed as investors weighed the possibility of the Federal Reserve increasing interest rates sooner than had been expected.


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