Indexes DAX

  • LONDON, Sept 30- European shares closed higher on Friday, lifted by a late surge in Deutsche Bank after a media report that it was close to settling with U.S. authorities over alleged misselling of mortgage-backed securities. Traders cited a report by Agence France Presse that Deutsche Bank was near a $5.4 billion settlement with U.S authorities over the...

  • *Deutsche Bank shares go below 10 euros before clawing back some ground. *Oil pulls back after Thursday gains on OPEC supply curb. Hit by a string of fines for wrongdoing and a sharp fall in its revenues, Germany's biggest lender saw its shares drop as much as 9 percent and to below 10 euros for the first time before clawing back roughly half that lost ground.

  • *Oil pulls back after Thursday gains on OPEC supply curb. LONDON, Sept 30- An eight percent slump in Deutsche Bank's already battered share price sent Europe into a fresh tailspin on Friday and left world equity markets sliding toward their worst week in three months. Germany's biggest lender, Deutsche, hit by a string of fines for wrongdoing and a sharp fall in its...

  • *Japan shares see weekly, monthly losses, but rise over quarter. SINGAPORE, Sept 30- Asian stocks extended losses on Friday as worries about the health of Deutsche Bank weighed on financial shares and as oil prices inched back from near-one month highs on scepticism over OPEC's new plan to curb output. European markets are also poised for sharply lower starts, with...

  • *OPEC deal boosts energy shares, drugmakers down. LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters)- European shares ended flat on Thursday as losses among drugmakers offset energy share gains following an OPEC deal to cut output, while Commerzbank slid after the German lender froze dividend payments. Ronny Claeys, senior strategist at KBC Asset Management, said the OPEC agreement was...

  • Drugmakers faced scrutiny over price increases, while banks fell as investors worried about the stability of Deutsche Bank and other financial institutions. Quincy Krosby, market strategist for Prudential Financial, said investors don't trust Deutsche Bank's statements about its financial health and they are worried what will happen to the bank and to...

  • NEW YORK— Energy companies powered to big gains Wednesday, leading the broader stock market higher, on reports that OPEC nations were moving closer to an agreement to cut oil production. After stock trading closed, OPEC said it had reached a preliminary deal to reduce production for the first time in eight years. "It just creates a lot of optimism that the worst is...

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks rebounded Tuesday and climbed after a survey showed consumer confidence is at a nine-year high, a sign Americans will keep spending in the months to come. U.S. consumer confidence reached its highest level this month since August 2007, according to the Conference Board. Katie Nixon, chief investment officer for Northern Trust, said it's even...

  • Deutsche Bank plunged as investors worried about the financial health of Germany's largest bank. Pfizer pulled drugmakers down after it announced it won't break up into two companies. European banks tumbled after the German magazine Focus said Deutsche Bank won't get a government bailout if it asks for one.

  • *Downbeat day on Wall Street casts pall over markets. TOKYO, Sept 26- Asian shares began the week under a cloud on Monday after losses on Wall Street, and as investors' attention turned from central banks to American politics ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate. Trump could see market volatility increase, particularly if investors think there is a...

  • MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan ticked up 0.15 percent, driven by gains in Australia, and within sight of its highest levels since July 2015 that it hit in early September. Japan's Nikkei dipped 0.3 percent, reflecting the yen's gains during Japan's market holiday on Thursday. European share are seen opening little changed, with...

  • France's CAC 40 shed 0.7 percent to 4,479.85 and Germany's DAX lost 0.3 percent to 10,647.05. Britain's FTSE 100 slipped 0.3 percent to 6,892.35. QUOTEWORTHY: "Global monetary policy is set to remain easy for some time yet," Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy at AMP Capital in Sydney, said in a report.

  • *Turkey, Indonesia cut rates, world total since 2015 almost 200. LONDON, Sept 22- Wall Street had record highs back in its sights on Thursday as world shares and bonds rallied after the Federal Reserve signalled an increasingly cautious approach to future U.S. rate increases. European markets followed Asia's lead, with Britain's FTSE 100 climbing 1.3 percent and...

  • London's FTSE 100 advanced 0.5 percent to 6,866.30. On Wednesday, the CAC 40 climbed 0.8 percent, the DAX gained 0.7 percent and the FTSE rose 0.2 percent. Benchmarks in Taiwan, New Zealand and Indonesia also rose, while Singapore declined.

  • SINGAPORE/ SYDNEY, Sept 22- Asian shares rallied on Thursday, taking their cue from Wall Street, after the Federal Reserve left U.S. interest rates unchanged and slowed the pace of future hikes, knocking the dollar and lifting commodity prices. European markets are likely to follow suit, with financial spreadbetters predicting Britain's FTSE 100 will open up as...

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks climbed Wednesday as investors were relieved that the Federal Reserve once again left interest rates unchanged. That sent dividend-paying stocks higher, while energy companies jumped with the price of oil. "If we had not received these mixed messages, I don't think anybody would have been surprised," said Sam Stovall, U.S. equity strategist...

  • TOKYO— World stocks rose Wednesday after Japan's central bank rejiggered its stimulus policies to have a greater influence over long-term interest rates and as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy meeting. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX rose 1.3 percent to 10,524 and the FTSE 100 of Britain added 0.4 percent to 6,854. France's CAC 40 climbed...

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks inched higher Tuesday in another cautious day of trading as investors kept an eye on central banks in the U.S. and Japan. Drug companies helped health care stocks make some modest gains, while Exxon Mobil fell on reports it's being investigated by securities regulators. Bond yields slipped and the dollar was little changed as investors...

  • TOKYO, Sept 20- Asian shares edged lower on Tuesday as investors nervously awaited the outcomes of Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan policy meetings that will both conclude on Wednesday. "The market is more nervous about the BOJ than the Fed as it may give the market a surprise," said Yutaka Miura, a senior technical analyst at Mizuho Securities.

  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks wobbled and finished mostly lower Monday as investors waited for central bank meetings in the United States and Japan. Investors were indecisive as leaders of the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan prepared to meet, and stocks swung several times between gains and losses. Russ Koesterich, head of asset allocation with BlackRock's Global...