|Day's Range||5,326.86 - 5,369.00|
|52 Week Range||4,490.15 - 5,536.40|
European equities hovered around the flatline on Tuesday morning with investor sentiment curbed by a political impasse in Germany.
Between November 10 and November 17, the S&P 400 Mid-Cap Index (IVOO) rose 0.8%. However, during this period, the S&P 500 Index (SPY) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index (DIA) fell 0.1% and 0.3%, ...
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.
European bourses picked up the pace on Monday afternoon, however gains were somewhat capped as political instability in Germany rattled sentiment.
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.
Markets in Europe came under pressure on Friday afternoon as investors digested new trading updates and followed the moves seen in markets Stateside.
After falling for four consecutive trading days, Germany’s DAX Index opened lower on November 15. The DAX Index lost strength last week.
European equities failed to end Wednesday's trade on a positive note, as market sentiment was hit by a downturn in commodity stocks and prices.
Stocks carved modest losses at the start of trade Tuesday, despite earnings and company news that drove a spray of early, double-digit gains.
European stocks finished Tuesday's trading day in negative territory, as a sharp decline in commodities weighed on investor sentiment.
Investing.com – U.S. futures pointed to a flat Wall Street open on Monday as investors watch for news about American tax-cut proposals.The S&P 500 futures were down four points or 0.16% as of 6:59 AM ET (11:59 AM GMT) while Dow futures slumped 50 points or 0.21%. Meanwhile tech heavy Nasdaq 100 futures fell just over six and a half points or 0.10%.Uncertainty surrounding the highly anticipated tax reform has markets on edge. A corporate tax cut of 20% from 35%, which investors believe would spur the economy, could be delayed until 2019. ...
European stocks closed in the red on Monday as investors focused on earnings and monitored political woes in the U.K.
After a two-week rally to record high price levels, Germany’s DAX Index started this week amid decreased momentum. The market lost strength during the week.
European stocks posted sharp declines by Thursday's market close, as a string of corporate earnings triggered negative moves across sectors and bourses.
European stocks ended under slight pressure on Wednesday as investors digested the latest coming out of the earnings space.