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      • Wall Street points to higher open; Dow futures jump 200 points

        Wall Street points to higher open; Dow futures jump 200 points

        Investing.com Investing.com U.S. stock markets pointed to strong gains at the open on Monday, with the Dow futures briefly jumping more than 200 points as a rebound in oil prices boosted market sentiment. The blue chip Dow futures climbed
        - 22 Feb 16, 1:23pm -
      • Investing.com sentiment index: speculators less bullish on U.S. dollar

        Investing.com sentiment index: speculators less bullish on U.S. dollar

        Investing.com Investing.com The Investing.com weekly sentiment index published on Monday revealed that speculators scaled back their bullish bets on the U.S. dollar in the week ending February 19. According to the report, 34.8% of investors held long…
        - 22 Feb 16, 11:23am -
      • European stocks open sharply higher, eyes on E.Z. data; Dax jumps 1.67%

        European stocks open sharply higher, eyes on E.Z. data; Dax jumps 1.67%

        Investing.com Investing.com European stocks opened sharply higher on Monday, tracking their Asian counterparts as a rebound in oil prices boosted market sentiment and as investors awaited the release of euro zone manufacturing and service sector data…
        - 22 Feb 16, 10:24am -
      • Euro zone composite PMI slumps to 13-month low in February

        Euro zone composite PMI slumps to 13-month low in February

        Investing.com Investing.com Economic activity in the euro zone fell to the lowest level in more than a year in February and deflationary pressures intensified, adding to concerns over the health of the region's economy, preliminary data showed on Mon…
        - 22 Feb 16, 10:23am -
      • French private sector output slips into contraction in February

        French private sector output slips into contraction in February

        Investing.com Investing.com French private sector activity grew at the slowest pace in more than a year in February, underlining concerns over the economic outlook of the euro zone's second largest economy, preliminary data showed on Monday. Markit s…
        - 22 Feb 16, 9:24am -
      • NYMEX crude gains further in Asia, Brent up nearly 2%

        NYMEX crude gains further in Asia, Brent up nearly 2%

        Investing.com Investing.com Crude oil prices gained further in Asia on Monday with the front month contract up following a drop in U.S. drilling activity last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, crude oil for delivery in March gained
        - 22 Feb 16, 6:23am -
      • Yen holds weakness in Asia after PMI, Aussie up

        Yen holds weakness in Asia after PMI, Aussie up

        Investing.com Investing.com The yen weakened in Asia on Monday and the Aussie gained in a fairly light regional data day that saw a weaker than expected preliminary PMI reading. USD JPY changed hands at 112.88, up 0.20%, while AUD
        - 22 Feb 16, 6:23am -
      • Shanghai shares gain as China reshuffles top stock regulator post

        Shanghai shares gain as China reshuffles top stock regulator post

        Investing.com Investing.com Shares in Shanghai gained on Monday after China reshuffled the leadership of the stock market regulator. The Shanghai Composite gained 1.00% at the open while the Nikkei 225 rose 1.19%. On Saturday, China dismissed Chairma…
        - 22 Feb 16, 3:23am -
      • NYMEX crude gaisn in Asia on U.S. rig count drop

        NYMEX crude gaisn in Asia on U.S. rig count drop

        Investing.com Investing.com Crude oil prices gained in Asia on Monday with the front month contract up following a drop in U.S. drilling activity last week. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, crude oil for delivery in March gained 0.85%
        - 22 Feb 16, 2:23am -
      • Forex - Yen gains in early Asia, Aussie dips in light regional data day

        Forex - Yen gains in early Asia, Aussie dips in light regional data day

        Investing.com Investing.com The yen gained in early Asia on Monday and the Aussie dipped in a fairly light regional data day ahead. USD JPY changed hands at 112.47, down 0.17%, while AUD USD changed hands at 0.7141, down 0.11%.
        - 22 Feb 16, 12:23am -

      The Guardian: Currencies

      • Pound surges against dollar and euro as MPs reject no-deal Brexit
        Despite sterling’s rise, business leaders warn urgent legal steps are required to remove riskThe pound has surged against the dollar and euro, after Theresa May conceded for the first time that the UK’s departure from the European Union could fac…
        - 6 days ago, 13 Mar 19, 6:04pm -
      • Business leaders react with dismay to Brexit 'circus'
        CBI’s Carolyn Fairbairn says ‘a new approach is needed … jobs and livelihoods depend on it’Business groups have reacted with dismay to parliament’s second rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal, saying they were exasperated by the lack of…
        - 8 days ago, 12 Mar 19, 4:07pm -
      • Scottish currency proposals get qualified welcome
        SNP plan for Scotland to establish its own currency within a few years of leaving UK gets mixed responseLeading figures across the pro-independence movement have given a highly qualified welcome to Scottish National party proposals that an independen…
        - 18 days ago, 2 Mar 19, 10:21am -
      • Stronger pound reflects City's relief at receding no-deal Brexit | Phillip Inman
        Traders still have doubts about the PM getting her deal away despite chance of extra timeThe pound jumped to a fresh 10-month high on Wednesday after it became obvious that Britain will avoid crashing out of the EU without a deal. Obvious, that is, t…
        - 21 days ago, 27 Feb 19, 2:27pm -
      • Pound hits 21-month high as Brexit delay looms - as it happened
        Sterling rallies after Theresa May promises MPs a vote to extend article 50 if her deal is rejected.Latest: PM promises several Brexit votesSterling rallies to €1.162 as City expects Brexit delayBank of England boosts liquidity auctionsUnpalletable…
        - 22 days ago, 26 Feb 19, 12:30pm -
      • UK economy contracts in December as pre-Brexit slowdown bites - as it happened
        Chancellor blames Brexit uncertainty for a sharp slowdown at the end of 2018, but trade secretary points to ChinaHammond: Brexit uncertainty isn’t helpingLiam Fox said Chinese slowdown is to blameBREAKING: Growth slows to just 0.2% in Q4Economy con…
        - 37 days ago, 11 Feb 19, 8:51am -
      • Bank of England governor warns no-deal Brexit could cause recession - as it happened
        UK central bank has warned that Britain faces weakest growth since the financial crisis, as it leaves borrowing costs unchangedSummary: Bank worries about Brexit fogLatest: No-deal raises risk of “negative quarters” of growthCarney: No sympathy w…
        - 41 days ago, 7 Feb 19, 2:18pm -
      • Financial markets seem lost in the fog of Brexit | Nils Pratley
        The Bank’s gloomy forecast sent the pound down but it rose again – despite the threat of recessionMark Carney could just as easily have shrugged his shoulders and declared that, like the rest of us, he hasn’t a clue how Brexit will work out. In…
        - 41 days ago, 7 Feb 19, 2:12pm -
      • Stocks surge as Fed leaves US interest rates on hold and promises 'patience' - as it happened
        Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as America’s central bank leaves interest rates on hold and strikes a dovish toneLatest: Fed leaves rates on holdWhat’s changedEarlier:UK credit growth hits four-year lowIntroduction: Fr…
        - 48 days ago, 30 Jan 19, 4:24pm -
      • Pound falls after Commons vote spurs no-deal Brexit fears
        Sterling traders took fright after MPs voted in favour of re-opening talks with BrusselsFollow all the day’s political developments – liveThe pound fell sharply on the foreign exchanges after MPs failed to seize control of the Brexit negotiations…
        - 49 days ago, 30 Jan 19, 12:28am -
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