European stocks climbed, completing their first weekly rally of 2014, as investors weighed data that showed
Asia’s benchmark stock index fell for a second week, after swinging between gains and losses today, as data
Asian stocks ended mixed in cautious trading on Friday, as investors digested Chinese trade data and
European stocks declined as President Mario Draghi reiterated the European Central Bank’s pledge to keep
Asian stock markets are trading mixed on Thursday, tracking the overnight cues from Wall Street and as
Peripheral euro zone bonds are unlikely to reach the levels seen in the years before the global financial and
European stocks were little changed, near their highest level since May 2008, after a report showed U.S.
World stock markets mostly rose Wednesday, spurred by expectations of faster U.S. economic growth.
European stocks rose, sending the Stoxx Europe 600 Index to its highest level since May 2008, as German
Asian stocks ended mixed in cautious trading on Tuesday, with concerns about Chinese growth and mixed data out of the U.S. weighing
If pension funds, insurers and sovereign wealth funds were hoping to cash in on lending "high quality" assets to
European stocks fell after a U.S. report that showed weakness in the services industry, while factory orders
World markets were mostly in the red Monday, opening the week on a cautious note ahead of the release of data from
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Investors rang in the New Year last week, but now it's time to get back to business.
European stocks were little changed in the first week of 2014 after a two-year rally that sent the Stoxx Europe
European stocks advanced the most in a week, paring a weekly drop for the benchmark Stoxx Europe 600
Global stocks were mixed Friday after overnight declines on Wall Street, weaker Chinese manufacturing data and gloomy
European stocks dropped, following their biggest annual advance since 2009, as utilities declined, while a
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