Stocks Mixed Over Lack of EU Rescue Deal

European equity markets are mixed as EU leaders are still divided over the terms of the €750 billion rescue fund. Traders shrugged off the fact that things appear to be heading in the right direction as the gulf between the two sides has narrowed.

Mixed China Data, ECB in Focus

Stock markets rallied yesterday on hopes about a possible vaccine for the coronavirus. There were two stories doing the rounds in relation to a potential Covid-19 drug. Monderna, a US-listed pharma company, achieved positive results from its early stag...

Halma increases dividend despite profit warning

Halma has increased its final dividend despite the health and safety group warning that it expects profits in the current financial year to drop by up to 10 per cent because of the coronavirus pandemic. It anticipates that adjusted pre-tax profit in t...

Wall Street set to edge up as earnings season begin

Futures tipped the S&P 500 to rise 0.3 per cent, after a turbulent session in New York on Monday, where the benchmark stock index ended almost 1 per cent lower after briefly crossing into positive territory for the year. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composit...

Traders in Risk-on Mode as Stocks and Metals Rise

Stock markets in Europe and the US rallied on Friday as there was a sense of optimism circulating on the back of hopes for a treatment for coronavirus. A study found that Remdesivir, an anti-viral drug produced by Gilead Sciences, reduced the fatality ...

Stocks – Europe Higher; SAP Helps DAX Outperform

European stock markets traded higher Thursday, with healthy results from software giant SAP (DE:SAPG) pointing to an economic recovery but investors remain wary of the mounting coronavirus cases ahead of the new earnings season. Helping the German ind...

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