European stocks head higher At 1355 GMT, a few minutes after US stock markets opened for the trading day, most major European benchmarks were looking set to finish this week’s last trading day on a positive note. The pan-European Stoxx 600 was higher by 0.25% on the day, though it was lower by 0.3% on
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  (US Open) – European stocks edge higher; Wall Street opens little changed with Dow not far below 23,000 European stocks edge higher  With the open of US markets at 1330 GMT, the Stoxx 600 was trading marginally higher. The pan-European index fluctuated within a relatively narrow range during today’s trading, having reached a fresh
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 (European Session) – Pound tumbles on dovish BoE comments; Fed chair talk drives dollar higher Pound tumbles   Sterling took a tumble on Tuesday after Bank of England officials appeared more cautious than anticipated in supporting policy tightening even as UK inflation rose to a 5½-year high in September. The US dollar enjoyed a second day
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(Asian Session) – Euro moves higher as Puigdemnont heads to Parliament; aussie rallies on improved business conditions Euro moves higher With Japanese and South Korean markets returning from holidays, the dollar failed to gain ground against its rivals as investors continued pricing geopolitical tensions between the US and North Korea. On the other hand, the euro and the
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(European Open) – European stocks mostly flat; Asia broadly higher European stocks mostly flat In Asia, the Nikkei 225 finished the day higher by 1.1%, while the Topix, Japan’s broader equity index, gained 0.65%. Both benchmarks recorded their highest close since August 2015. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng made a strong comeback after yesterday’s holiday, jumping
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