LONDON/PARIS, Dec 23 (Reuters) - A pullback on the Greek stock market on fears of early elections kept a lid on gains in European equities on Tuesday. Dutch animal feed company Nutreco also fell, sliding 5 percent after U.S. …
European stocks dived in early trading Monday as investors fear Greece could be heading for a eurozone exit, with a number of indices shedding more than four percent. The European single currency earlier dropped below $1.1 with …
Investors be warned! Stock markets could crash if Brits vote to leave the European Union later this month. British stocks could lose as much as a quarter of their value if the U.K. chooses the so-called Brexit option — according to a study by …
Merkel clinched a third term in German elections. AFP – European equity markets steadied on Monday after Germany’s leader Angela Merkel captured a third election victory, providing stability for Europe’s biggest economy. Shares won …
European stock markets slid Wednesday after sharp gains the day before, while oil prices drifted to new lows, as investors awaited the outcome of the US Federal Reserve meeting. Oil prices extended their losses to fresh five-and-a …
European stock markets rebounded Tuesday in the wake of mixed eurozone economic data, brushing off disappointing US consumer confidence. Indices had retreated Monday despite encouraging manufacturing figures from China and the …
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When it comes to racehorses, males get all of the attention. The founding stallions of the famed Thoroughbred breed are known to come from the Middle East, but historical records have neglected female pedigrees. Research now suggests …
The World Number Three spent time on the Hong Kong stock exchange floor, and is now looking to swap ... “I had a couple days in Hong Kong and enjoyed the city very much,” said last year’s European Number One. “I had a walk around, got …
NEW YORK (AP) -- The world is warming up to Europe again. Stocks from Germany, France and other countries in the region are rallying, just two years after worries about Europe's debt crisis helped send global markets plunging. …