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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks ride high as 'risk-on' reigns supreme
* European stocks open higher, Dax leads, FTSE near 4 month high
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks buoyed by deal to avert U.S. govt shutdown
Asian shares gained on Tuesday as investors hoped a new round of U.S.-China trade talks would help to resolve a dispute that has dented global growth and some corporate earnings.
Stocks buoyed by deal to avert U.S. government shutdown
Asian shares gained on Tuesday as investors hoped a new round of U.S.-China trade talks would help to resolve a dispute that has dented global growth and some corporate earnings.
CORRECTED-GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally on U.S. economic data, bond yields rise
Global equity markets and bond yields rose on Friday after U.S. employment and manufacturing data underscored a strong economy with little wage inflation, a Goldilocks mix that could allow the Federal Reserve to stand pat on raising interest rates soon.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally on U.S. economic data, bond yields rise
Global equity markets and bond yields rose on Friday after U.S. employment and manufacturing data underscored a strong economy with little wage inflation, a Goldilocks mix that could allow the Federal Reserve to stand pat on raising interest rates soon.
Stocks rally on U.S. economic data, bond yields rise
Global equity markets and bond yields rose on Friday after U.S. employment and manufacturing data underscored a strong economy with little wage inflation, a Goldilocks mix that could allow the Federal Reserve to stand pat on raising interest rates soon.
Stocks, yields rise after deal announced to end U.S. government shutdown
Wall Street indexes rose and bond yields followed stocks higher on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump announced an agreement to end the longest ever U.S. government shutdown and as investors reacted to corporate earnings reports.
Stocks seesaw, dollar off; global, U.S. worries weigh
Stocks oscillated between positive and negative territory on Wednesday as worries over U.S. politics, global economic growth and trade tensions offset a boost from quarterly earnings reports.
Stocks turn lower on U.S. shutdown, growth, trade worries
A global index of stock markets turned negative on Wednesday as worries over U.S. politics, global economic growth and trade tensions offset a boost from quarterly earnings reports. The U.S. dollar and oil prices also declined.
Stocks reverse losses in fragile rebound; U.S. dollar falls
Global markets recovered from earlier losses on Wednesday as investors made a cautious return to riskier assets, with U.S. futures and European stocks higher even as worries about corporate and economic growth lingered.