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Dow Futures Plunge as Coronavirus Spreads to Western Europe

Gold prices jumped to a seven year high Monday, while U.S. Treasury bond yields tumbled and stocks plunged, as investors reacted to the spread of the coronavirus to Western Europe.

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Half of British boards expect Brexit to damage business

with the UK are still weighing on corporate confidence. Only a third of companies said that they would increase expenditure this year, down from 43 per cent just six months

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The Week Ahead – Economic Data and COVID-19 Updates to Drive the Majors

On the Macro It’s a relatively busy week ahead on the economic calendar, with 55 stats to monitor in the week ending 28th February. In the previous week, just 64

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The Weekly Wrap – U.S PMIs and the Coronavirus Drive Risk Aversion

Out of the Eurozone It was a quiet start to the week economic data front, with economic data limited to economic sentiment figures out of Germany and the Eurozone. The

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European Equities: A Week in Review – 22/02/20

The Majors It was a bearish week for the European majors in the week ending 21st February, with the DAX30 falling by 1.20% to lead the way down. The CAC40

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US stocks post weekly drop as investors reach for safety

The yield on the 30-year US Treasury hit a record low and Wall Street posted its first weekly drop in three on Friday as renewed fears about the economic fallout

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US stocks slide further, head for weekly drop

The yield on the 30-year US Treasury hit a record low and Wall Street was headed for its first weekly

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Equities In Retreat, GDP Growth In Danger, Fed Downplay’s Rate-Cut Outlook

The U.S. Futures Are Moving Lower The U.S. futures are indicating a mildly lower open on Friday. The move comes

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European Stocks Pressured by Coronavirus Fears; Euro Zone PMIs Show Better Growth

European shares slumped on Friday, as investors monitored the latest developments in the coronavirus outbreak. Traders generally followed the lead

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European Equities: Private Sector PMIs to Hit the Majors as Risk Aversion sinks the Futures

Economic Calendar: Friday, 21st February French Manufacturing PMI (Feb) Prelim French Services PMI (Feb) Prelim German Manufacturing PMI (Feb) Prelim

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US stocks retreat from record highs

US and European stocks pulled back from record highs, with Wall Street’s main equities gauges at one point tumbling more

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GBP/USD Daily Forecast – Downturn Gains Momentum as Dollar Index Breaks to 21-Month High

After another failed attempt at 1.3050 resistance this week, GBP/USD has reversed lower and is on the verge of breaking

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Global Stocks Mixed As China Takes More Economic Measures To Tackle Coronavirus Outbreak

Markets in Asia and the European Union traded in a mix on Thursday as the spread of the novel coronavirus

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Smith & Nephew stands out in otherwise struggling London stock market

London stocks struggled for direction on Thursday, as investors assessed fresh coronavirus risk, with Smith & Nephew PLC standing out

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StockBeat: Air France, Maersk Flesh out Europe's Virus Concerns

By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com — It’s conventional wisdom that Europe’s companies are more exposed to economic spillovers from the coronavirus

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Smith & Nephew full-year sales surpass $5bn for first time

Smith & Nephew said revenues have surpassed $ 5bn for the first time, and it envisages sales increasing this year

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Smith & Nephew lowers growth outlook amid coronavirus uncertainty

Smith & Nephew, which makes medical devices, has nudged its revenue growth prediction lower, even as its full-year group sales

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European Equities: Consumer Confidence Figures Could Limit any Upside Later Today

Economic Calendar: Thursday, 20th February German PPI (MoM) (Jan) GfK German Consumer Climate (Mar) French CPI (MoM) (Jan) Final French

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Mis-selling fears force third-party checks on UK pensions advice

UK companies are imposing third-party checks on financial planning firms providing retirement advice to employees in a sign of growing

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