Europe opens higher despite US-N. Korea summit cancellation
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Europe seen higher after Trump cancels Kim summit

Europe seen higher after Trump cancels Kim summit

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Asian markets mostly slide after Trump-Kim summit recall

Asian markets mostly slide after Trump-Kim summit recall

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Wall Street closes lower after Trump cancels Kim meeting

Wall Street closes lower after Trump cancels Kim meeting

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Europe closes in the red on cancelled Trump-Kim summit

Europe closes in the red on cancelled Trump-Kim summit

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    Dow tumbles over 250 points as Trump calls off Kim summit
    16h ago

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped over 250 points after United States President Donald Trump called off his highly anticipated summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un o...

  • Oil drops over 1% on Novak output comments
    Oil drops over 1% on Novak output comments
    16h ago

    Oil prices traded in the red on Thursday, losing over 1% as investors digested Russian Oil Minister Alexander Novak's comments on the output cut agreement. Earlier in the day, Novak stated that the pact members' commitments may b...

  • Dow drops 150 points as Trump cancels Kim meeting
    Dow drops 150 points as Trump cancels Kim meeting
    17h ago

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average index lost around 150 points on Thursday as investors digested United States President Donald Trump's decision to cancel the June meeting with Nor...

  • Wall Street opens mostly lower amid further trade uncertainties
    Wall Street opens mostly lower amid further trade uncertainties
    17h ago

    Major indexes in the United States opened flat to lower on Thursday after the White House stated US President Donald Trump told Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross to consider impos...

  • Wall Street seen flat to higher ahead of jobless claims
    Wall Street seen flat to higher ahead of jobless claims
    20h ago

    United States stock index futures pointed to a flat to higher open on Thursday as investors keep an eye on economic data, including initial jobless claims for the previous week. Additionally, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will testify b...

  • Europe opens mixed amid data, Iran deal concerns
    Europe opens mixed amid data, Iran deal concerns
    5/24

    Markets in Europe opened mixed on Thursday, as European leaders urged for compliance of the Iran nuclear deal. German Chancellor Angela Merkel stated earlier in Beijing that the J...

  • Europe seen mixed amid Trump-Kim summit uncertainty
    Europe seen mixed amid Trump-Kim summit uncertainty
    5/24

    European stock markets index futures point to a mixed start amid geopolitical uncertainty regarding the highly anticipated summit between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un scheduled for June 12 in S...

  • Asian markets decline on North Korea uncertainties
    Asian markets decline on North Korea uncertainties
    5/24

    Asian markets traded in the red on Thursday, as uncertainties over the upcoming summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and United States President Donald Trump continue. Trump said...

  • Wall Street closes higher on Fed inflation remarks
    Wall Street closes higher on Fed inflation remarks
    5/23

    Stock markets in the United States closed higher on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve minutes revealed that a temporary inflation rise above 2% could be "helpful in anchoring ...

  • US sells five-year notes at highest yields in decade
    US sells five-year notes at highest yields in decade
    5/23

    The Department of the Treasury in Washington attracted bids 2.52 times higher than the $36 billion package of securities maturing in May 2023. The widely watched bid-to-cover ratio was the highest since September and compares to 2.49 fro...

  • Cryptocurrencies in the red, Bitcoin falls below $7,500
    Cryptocurrencies in the red, Bitcoin falls below $7,500
    5/23

    All major cryptocurrencies traded in the red on Wednesday with the world’s largest, Bitcoin, falling well below the $8,000 mark to its lowest point since April 12. The world’s most popular cryptocurrency tumbled 5.61% to $7,5...

  • Stocks in Europe sink on trade tensions
    Stocks in Europe sink on trade tensions
    5/23

    Equities in Europe finished the trading on Wednesday firmly in the red as fears of a trade war continue to send jitters through markets, as well as mixed signals from the administ...

  • EIA: US crude inventories rise by 5.8 million barrels
    EIA: US crude inventories rise by 5.8 million barrels
    5/23

    United States oil inventories increased by 5.8 million barrels to 438.1 million barrels for the week ending May 18, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported on Wednesday.

    Crude oil inputs averaged 16.6 million bar...

  • US stocks fall on open with struggle in trade talks
    US stocks fall on open with struggle in trade talks
    5/23

    Equities on Wall Street started the session moderately lower on Wednesday after United States President Donald Trump expressed doubts in the prospects for a comprehensive trade agreement in China that would end a bitter spat. He has also...

  • Wall Street seen lower on fresh trade war worries
    Wall Street seen lower on fresh trade war worries
    5/23

    United States stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday on investor concerns following President Donald Trump's comments on the potential summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, as well as about trade with China. ...