(European Open) – European indices on the rise as financials gain on Fed European indices In Japan, the Nikkei 225 continued rising for the fourth straight day, this time adding 0.2%, while the Topix, the country’s broader equity gauge rose by 0.05%, giving up earlier gains. Αt its highest the Topix was up by a bit
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(US Open) – Europe boosted by financials and lower euro; US slightly down post-FOMC  Europe boosted Major Eurozone indices posted gains during today’s session as a drop in the euro versus the dollar helped exporters while optimism that the Fed would raise interest rates in December boosted financials. The French CAC 40 was up 0.6%
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 (European Open) – European equities edge higher; Trump comments largely shrugged off  European equities edge higher In Asian markets, the Nikkei 225 added little after yesterday’s massive gain by nearly 2.0%, rising by 0.05% in today’s trading. Japan’s broader equity gauge, the Topix, was flat at yesterday’s level which constituted the highest the benchmark has
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European Open In terms of Asian indices, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng finished the day higher by an impressive 1.3%. The Shanghai Composite rose by 0.3% and Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 by a bit less than 0.5%. South Korea’s Kospi performed the strongest since early May, gaining close to 1.4%. Japanese markets were closed for a public
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US indices hover  Stock markets in Europe pared earlier gains but remained positive in the midst of positive risk appetite around the world.  Portugal led Europe higher after rating agency Standard and Poor’s upgraded the country to investment grade, the first of the three big rating agencies to do so. (US Open) – US indices
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