|Day's range||12,981.68 - 13,033.28|
|52-week range||10,402.59 - 13,525.56|
Nov.20 -- Investors in Germany's DAX defied the negative sentiment around the collapse of Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition talks, pushing the index to a one-week high. The euro, however, rode a rollercoaster in 24 hours. Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio explains with his three Bloomberg terminal charts you need to know on "Bloomberg: Daybreak Asia."
European stocks slipped and safe haven government bonds were in demand early on Monday as the collapse of coalition talks in Germany served as a reminder of political risk that still runs as an undercurrent in Europe. Sonia Legg reports
European equities were slightly higher on Friday morning amid lower liquidity levels due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
A broad gauge of European stocks steadied Thursday, after spending the session struggling to find firm direction, but French shares climbed after data showed the country led the strengthening in the eurozone ...
After falling for two consecutive trading weeks, the United Kingdom’s FTSE 100 Index started this week on a stronger note and gained in the first three trading days of the…
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets were largely flat on Thursday with investors in the U.S. markets going on a Thanksgiving holiday and the Fed minutes largely in line with investor expectations that the Fed will soon raise interest rates for a third time next month. Japan was closed on a holiday.
European stocks lose ground Wednesday, led lower by drops for Altice NV, Schibsted ASA and Barratt Developments PLC.
After rising for two consecutive trading days, France’s CAC 40 Index started November 22 on a stronger note. The index is trading with stability.
European stocks edged higher Wednesday afternoon as investors digested the latest U.K. budget announcements and news in the corporate earnings space.
European stocks finish higher Tuesday, aided by gains for airline easyJet PLC and car maker Volkswagen AG, and by investors appearing, for now, to set aside concerns about the possibility of a new election ...
European equities made gains on Tuesday as investors shook off negative concerns surrounding a political impasse in Germany.
Wolfgang Schaeuble, Germany’s de-facto elder statesman, called on parties to halt polarization and start building a government as Chancellor Angela Merkel raises the prospect of new elections to break ...
European equities finish higher Monday, with German equities recovering following the collapse of talks to form a coalition government for the eurozone’s largest economy.
At 5:05 AM EST on November 20, the CAC 40 Index was trading at 5,322.95 with a rise of 0.07%. The iShares MSCI France (EWQ) fell 0.42% on November 17.
Germany is facing political uncertainty as the week kicks off, after talks to form a coalition government collapsed on Sunday. Here some of the initial reactions from analyst.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier was scheduled to make a statement on Monday following a collapse in talks by Chancellor Angela Merkel's party to form a coalition government, according to local ...
The race is on to become Merkel’s junior coalition partner and her choice could determine Germany’s political direction for the next four years, including on issues such as the EU, refugees and social ...
German stock futures pointed to a 0.6% loss at the start of trading on Monday for the DAX 30 index after coalition talks broke down over the weekend. On Sunday, the pro-business Free Democrats halted talks ...
Germany’s DAX Index fell for five consecutive trading days and regained strength on Thursday. The DAX Index opened higher on November 17, 2017.
European shares closed slightly lower on Friday, as investors digested new trading updates and followed the moves in markets Stateside.
European stocks broke their longest losing run in a year on Thursday, with major regional indexes rebounding on the back of well-received corporate updates. Investors also cheered a rise in shares of car ...
The final Markit Germany’s services PMI (purchasing managers’ index) stood at 54.70 in October 2017 compared to 55.60 in September 2017.
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian shares were mostly higher Friday, extending global gains after Wall Street reported a round of healthy earnings and U.S. politicians took a step forward on President Donald Trump's tax reform plan.