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  • European indexes edged higher as concerns waned over Britain's formal request to leave the European Union. Britain's FTSE 100 added 0.1 percent to 7,380.20. BREXIT: The market reaction in Europe was fairly unremarkable a day after British Minister Theresa May filed Britain's formal request to leave the European Union to EU Council President Donald Tusk.

  • Two stocks rose for every one that fell on the New York Stock Exchange. "After yesterday's bounce back, you're seeing a little sideways action today," said Jeff Zipper, managing director at the Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank. The S&P 500 index added 2.56 points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,361.13.

  • LONDON, March 29- European shares drifted lower on Wednesday, while sterling battled back from a one-week low and regained its composure amid the drama of Britain formally triggering its exit process from the European Union. Prime Minister Theresa May will notify EU Council President Donald Tusk in a letter that Britain really is quitting the bloc it joined in...

  • LONDON, March 29- European shares rose on Wednesday, following Wall Street's late surge, while sterling was the biggest loser on major currency markets ahead of the formal triggering of Britain's exit process from the European Union later in the day. Prime Minister Theresa May will notify EU Council President Donald Tusk in a letter that Britain really is...

  • HONG KONG— World stock markets were subdued Wednesday as Britain triggered the start of its exit from the European Union, a formal step that kicks off two years of negotiations that will have wide-ranging consequences for business in the region. KEEPING SCORE: Britain's FTSE 100 was faring worst in Europe, dropping 0.4 percent to 7,317. Germany's DAX climbed...

  • LONDON, March 28- European shares staged a recovery on Tuesday, lifted by strong results and the prospect of deal-making. The pan-European index was driven higher late by Wall Street's move into positive territory following strong consumer data. Auto stocks also rose sharply, up 1.6 percent, with gains in Continental and Volkswagen helping Germany's DAX index...

  • Banks and other financial companies led U.S. stock indexes sharply higher Tuesday, snapping an eight-day losing streak for the Dow Jones industrial average. The rally was broad, with materials and industrial companies among the biggest gainers. Investor optimism that Congress and the White House are pivoting to tax cuts and other business-friendly policy...

  • NEW YORK— Worries that Washington may not be able to help businesses as much as once thought knocked stock indexes down hard early Monday, but they clawed back most of their losses and ended the day mixed. The S&P 500 sank from the start and was down as much as 0.9 percent. The weakness followed last week's failure by Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act,...

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks gave back much of an early gain but were mostly higher Friday afternoon as investors bid up technology and consumer-focused companies. House Republicans say their health care bill does not have enough support to pass in a vote this afternoon, which is casting some doubt on President Donald Trump's business-friendly agenda.

  • HONG KONG— World stock markets were mixed Friday after a U.S. vote on a health care bill was delayed, raising doubts over whether President Donald Trump can push through his business friendly agenda. France's CAC 40 lost 0.3 percent to 5,019.56 and Britain's FTSE 100 slipped less than 0.1 percent to 7,338.09. ANALYST VIEW: "Markets are likely to remain on hold today...

  • NEW YORK— Stocks gave up an early rally and are falling in late trading after Republican leadership delayed a vote on their health care bill amid mounting doubts the legislation has enough votes to pass. Investors are worried that that means trouble for the business-friendly agenda of Congressional Republicans and President Donald Trump.

  • *Asia higher but markets edgy about U.S. growth prospects. European markets are poised for a stronger start, with financial spreadbetter CMC Markets expecting Britain's FTSE 100 to open 0.1 percent higher, Germany's DAX to be up 0.4 percent and France's CAC 40 to begin the day 0.2 percent higher. Having weakened as much as 0.4 percent a day earlier, sterling was...

  • Gains for shipping company FedEx helped take industrial companies upward. Nike took its biggest one-day loss in five years as investors were disappointed by its quarterly sales and outlook, and 130- year-old retailer Sears plunged after it said it may not be able to stay in business. Terry Simpson, a multi-asset strategist for BlackRock, says it's noteworthy...

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks took their biggest loss in five months Tuesday as a health care bill backed by President Donald Trump ran into trouble in Congress, which raised some questions about his agenda of faster economic growth spurred on by lower taxes and cuts in regulations. "President Trump promised that this health care bill would be signed, sealed, delivered...

  • *Oil prices tick up on hopes of extended OPEC- led output curb. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3 percent in its eighth consecutive day of gains with tech-heavy Seoul and Taipei shares hitting two-year highs while Hong Kong's Hang Seng scaled 1-1/ 2- year highs. European shares are expected to open slightly higher, with...

  • LONDON, March 20- World markets baulked on Monday at the G20's decision to drop a decade-old pledge to resist trade protectionism, with stocks, the dollar, oil and the price of many major sovereign bonds all sliding into the red. European stocks fell as much as 0.3 percent and U.S. futures pointed to a fall of around 0.2 percent at the open on Wall Street.

  • LONDON, March 20- World stocks opened the week on a cautious footing on Monday after the G20's decision to drop a pledge to avoid trade protectionism, while the U.S. Asian stocks were mixed, European stocks fell as much as 0.3 percent and U.S. futures pointed to a fall of around 0.2 percent at the open on Wall Street. Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies...

  • LONDON, March 20- World stocks opened the week on a cautious footing on Monday after the G20's decision to drop a pledge to avoid trade protectionism, while the U.S. Asian stocks were mixed, European stocks fell as much as 0.3 percent and U.S. futures pointed to a fall of around 0.2 percent at the open on Wall Street. Financial leaders of the world's biggest economies...

  • NEW YORK— After an early-afternoon slump, U.S. stocks finished mostly lower Monday in a quiet day of trading. European markets mostly fell after the British government said it will formally begin the process of leaving the European Union next week. Sameer Samana, a strategist for the Wells Fargo Investment Institute, said politics may keep investors occupied...

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