Global stock markets were mostly firmer overnight, following the lead from New York’s higher close Monday, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit another record high. European and Asian financial shares showed some recovery from recent losses, amid Italy’s “no” vote on constitutional reforms.
Global stock markets were mixed overnight, on this first trading day of the month. Asian shares benefitted from Wednesday’s OPEC agreement to cut production levels, while stock markets in Europe were pressured on worries about the December 4 Italian referendum on constitutional reforms.
World equity markets were mostly firmer Wednesday amid sharply higher crude oil prices. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward firmer openings when the New York day session begins.
Global stock markets were narrowly mixed overnight. European stock markets were mostly firmer as Italian financial stocks posted a recovery from recent losses. Asian stocks were mixed, with buying interest limited by lower raw commodity market prices Tuesday. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward slightly higher openings when the New York day session begins.
World equity markets were mostly weaker overnight. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward weaker openings when the New York day session begins. Traders and investors worldwide are anxiously awaiting the results of this week’s OPEC oil cartel meeting.
World equity markets were mixed in quieter trade Wednesday.
Global stock markets were mostly firmer Tuesday, boosted by generally higher raw commodity market prices, led by crude oil.
World stock markets were mixed to firmer overnight, but selling pressure was limited by higher crude oil and precious metals prices, which in turn supported energy and mining stocks.
Global equity markets were under pressure Friday as the rout in world bond markets continues.
World stock markets were mostly firmer overnight on a continuation of the “Trump rally” that began after last week’s U.S. presidential election.