HONG KONG - World stocks were wobbly Wednesday on uncertainty over the economic outlook while China's markets minimized losses amid speculation Beijing was intervening to support prices. European
Europe started weakly, and around 8 a.m. Eastern Britains FTSE 100 was down 0.9 percent to 6,961. Frances CAC 40 retreated 1.3 percent to 4,394, while Germanys DAX fell 1.2 percent to 10,395.
LONDON - European stocks edged lower on Monday as investors were skeptical that Greece and its European creditors would find a quick deal to solve the country's debt problems.
Ethanol, wind, and thin film solar investments have begun to taper, but overall investment to clean-tech ventures hit $1.25 billion during the first quarter, a 42 percent gain over the same period
The S and P 500, for instance, has gained nearly 6 percent this year. "That's an interesting number: 6 percent just happens to be the average earnings growth rate over the very long term," he said.
"We're entering the best six months of the year, November through April," Stovall said. Since World War II, the market has climbed 94 percent of the time, for an average gain of 15 percent.
In Europe, the FTSE 100 index of leading British shares was down 0.5 percent at 5,781 while Germany's DAX fell 0.4 percent to 7,207. The CAC-40 in France was 0.4 percent lower at 3,370. The CAC-40
ZPower said it has addressed shape-change problems with its zinc anode, a composite polymer electrode that inhibits both shape change and the growth of dendrites, a problem for silver-zinc
HONG KONG - World stock markets were cautious Wednesday as investors waited for a U.S. growth report that is expected to provide the latest sign of slowing momentum in the world's biggest economy
"While this is certainly a welcome development, the growth is a mere pimple in terms of the type of growth needed to return the European economy to a sustainable growth path," said Michael Hewson
The news helped offset disappointment from the previous day, when the European Central Bank failed to deliver on bold promises of action to overcome the region's debt crisis.
AP MOSCOW - European stock markets had a weak start on Monday after a disappointing U.S. jobs report at the end of last week dimmed the outlook for the world's largest economy.
"It's a Detroit market at least in the beginning, with renewed enthusiasm based on the news out of Detroit," said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Avalon Partners.
China will again find itself in the spotlight at this year's World Economic Forum 2016 meeting in Davos, Switzerland -- and for good reason: The health of the global economy now hinges on what
The euro, which has recently been buoyed on hopes of European Central Bank action, was up 0.1 percent at $1.2330. And the price of oil, which in parallel has pushed back above $90 a barrel, was
The Nikkei 225 index plunged 6.4 percent to close at 12,445.38. Adding to the woes was the dollar's recent fall, trading at about 94 yen late Thursday, slipping momentarily to 93-yen levels.
This growth has come at the expense of other composite deck companies and the wood deck industry, which represents about 82 percent of the total decking market. Each one-point increase in market
Piggyback quickly conquered the European market with high-quality guides for well-known games such as the Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy Series. FuturePress filled in the gaps with 'lesser' titles and remains to do so to date, mainly for the European and German market, one of the reasons it's hardly known elsewhere in the world. The internet brought aspiring game guide writers the
That weighed on the performance of a number of markets in Asia. China's Shanghai composite dropped 2.0 percent to 2,181.94 on fresh concerns of a shortage of credit.