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Oil Gets A Boost Ahead Of OPEC Summit Tomorrow
We have seen a strong European open this morning buoyed by continued resurgence from airline stocks as well as oil majors getting a boost ahead of the greatly anticipated OPEC meeting, which will take place tomorrow.
Crisis-Battered Stocks Lead Way As Economic Optimism Buoys Markets
A fairly flat European open this morning after more gains yesterday. Investors continued to ignore widespread civil unrest in the US on Wednesday and escalating US-China tensions, with stocks soaring around the world.
Zoom Stock Rises Then Falls After Blockbuster Earnings
Zoom Video Communications reported its first quarter revenues had jumped 169% versus Q1 2019, resulting in profits of $27m, as its video conferencing app became a focal point for investors in the last three months.
Markets Rise Despite Continued US Civil Unrest
Despite stock futures trading negatively over the weekend and continued unrest in cities across the US, major indices in America and around the world started off June on a positive note.
US Futures Trade Lower And Gold Climbs As Unrest Hits Cities Nationwide
US futures were lower ahead of the first trading day of June, as volatile protests over police brutality rocked cities nationwide at the same time as authorities attempted to manage the reopening of the economy.
Dow Holds Above 25,000, But US-China Spat Looms
Stock markets around the world soared yesterday and US stock futures were trading higher overnight, driven by continued optimism around economies in many regions of the world reopening.
Stocks Soar Despite Pharma Giant CEO Questioning Vaccine Timelines
Stock markets soared overnight as investors continued to stay optimistic about a vaccine for the coronavirus, despite a warning from an industry expert.
Hong Kong Security Law Plans Send Stocks Plunging
Reports that China is planning to implement new security laws for Hong Kong in response to massive pro-democracy protests that have gripped the city over the past year, sent Hong Kong-listed stocks tumbling on Friday morning.
Stocks Pause After Reopening Rally
Markets have had a slightly softer open this morning following their rally yesterday, with the S&P 500 having gained 1.7%, taking the index’s return over the past five trading days to 5.4%.
Markets Shudder As Fed Chairman And Treasury Secretary At Odds On US Economic Recovery
Shares in the US fell overnight after a virtual congressional hearing yesterday, where Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell set out differing views of the US’ economic outlook.
Global Stocks Soar On Vaccine Hopes, Oil Price Rebounds
Despite taking a slight breather this morning with a fairly flat open, stocks rallied around the world yesterday, driven by developments in the race to produce a coronavirus vaccine.
Powell Gives Depression Era Unemployment Rate Warning
It may take until the end of 2021 for the US economy to recover from the pandemic, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell warned over the weekend.
Gold Gaining Momentum As US Jobless Claims Top 36 Million
The price of gold is pushing towards a fresh peak above $1,750, maintaining its recent momentum following Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell’s downbeat speech in the US earlier this week.
Stocks Fall After Fed Chair Powell Gives Uncertain Outlook
Markets have taken another leg down this morning as fears over a second wave of infections continue to grow and the outlook for economic recovery appears increasingly bleak.
UK Economy Sinks; Uber Looks To Take A Bite Out Of Rival GrubHub.
The UK economy saw its biggest slump since the 2008 financial crisis in Q1, official figures confirmed today, with a 2% decline in GDP in the first quarter.
Markets Point Higher As Lockdown Rules Are Tweaked In UK
European markets have edged higher this morning, building on gains made in Asia overnight, as several countries — including the UK, France and Italy — reported the fewest number of virus deaths since March over the weekend.
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