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Opening Quote: Investors take comfort from latest coronavirus data

Stock markets across Europe are set to rise on Monday, after investors took comfort from the latest Covid-19 data. There are signs the pandemic may be stabilising in some of

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German DAX futures point to 4% opening drop, tracking sharp fall for U.S. stock futures

European stock futures pointed to sharp opening losses on Monday, tracking a steep fall for U.S. stock futures, as investors reeled from a weekend of grim coronavirus news. As death

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Opening Quote: Companies cut dividends as they wait for Sunak’s new support package 

are also pushing to ensure they can benefit from the £330bn in loan guarantees announced in Mr Sunak’s first big rescue package of the week. M&S, Travis Perkins, Wetherspoons and Intercontinental Hotels Group

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Opening Quote: Trillions of dollars of government support fails to soothe investors

FTSE 100 futures are 3.7 per cent lower, with the pan-European Stoxx 600 down 3.5 per cent and S&P 500 futures both off by 3.7 per cent (limit down). Supermarkets

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Trade Setup for Wednesday: Top 15 things to know before Opening Bell

Fears of a coronavirus-induced global recession once again lopped off early gains as benchmark indices on March 17 logged in heavy losses for the fourth consecutive session. Equity barometer

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Opening Quote: Emergency central bank measures fail to halt market falls

S&P 500 futures are down almost 5 per cent, and FTSE 100 futures down 6 per cent. Longtime chief executive Willie Walsh was meant to be stepping down in 10

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Rupee gains 27 paise versus dollar in opening trade

The Indian rupee erased the early gained and trading marginally higher at 74 per dollar, amid volatility seen in

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Rupee sheds 61 paise against dollar in opening trade

The Indian rupee fell in the early trade on March 6 as it opened lower by 61 paise at

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Trade Setup for Monday: Top 15 things to know before Opening Bell

The Indian market consolidated after a fierce four days of gains pushing benchmark indices above crucial resistance levels. The

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EUR/USD January Opening Range Casts Bearish Outlook with ECB on Hold

EUR/USD Rate Talking Points EUR/USD bounces back from a fresh monthly low (1.1070) ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB)

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Stocks – Europe Slips at Opening; IMF To Release New Forecasts

By Peter Nurse Investing.com – European stock markets pushed with traders taking the opportunity offered by the U.S. holiday to

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Trade Setup for Friday: Top 15 things to know before Opening Bell

The Indian market benchmarks settled almost flat after oscillating in a range on January 16. The BSE Sensex closed

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USD/CAD Forecast: 2020 Opening Range Foreshadows Larger Rebound

Canadian Dollar Talking Points USD/CAD extend the advance from the monthly low (1.2957) as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) bounces

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EUR/USD Weekly Forecast: 2020 Opening Range Points to Further Losses

Euro Talking Points EUR/USD struggles to hold its ground during the first full week of January, and the opening range

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Market Headstart: Nifty seen opening flat; all eyes on Infosys ahead of Q3 results

Nifty is expected to open flat-to-higher on Friday tracking positive trend seen in other Asian markets as de-escalation of

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EUR/USD Outlook Mired by Opening Range Amid Failed Test of August High

EUR/USD Rate Talking Points The 2020 opening range for EUR/USD raises the scope for a further decline in the exchange

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Opening Quote: New decade; old problem — excessive executive pay

The good and bad news for executives is the gulf between their pay and that of their lackeys is narrowing,

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EUR/USD Rate Forecast: 2020 Opening Range in Focus

EUR/USD Rate Talking Points EUR/USD extends the correction from the first week of December even though the European Central Bank

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