Europe closed sharply lower on Thursday, as sentiment was hit by a pullback in oil prices, amid concerns over the global economy. » Read More
European stocks closed sharply higher on Friday, shaking off the Volkswagen scandal and taking positive sentiment from the Federal Reserve.
Shares in mining and commodities trading giant Glencore touched a new bottom on Friday, hit by a torrid week of analyst downgrades and fears about China's economic slowdown.
The government in the Swiss canton of Zug may have to raise its famously low tax rates, the Financial Times reports.
Caterpillar is the latest casualty of the global commodities selloff, a downward spiral that's not likely to end any time soon.
European stocks closed sharply lower on Thursday, as the fallout from the Volkswagen emissions scandal caused auto stocks to tumble.
Europe stocks finished marginally higher on Wednesday, as investors digested the latest from Volkswagen and continued to ponder China's economic health.
As mining stocks from Melbourne to London and Toronto took another pummelling this week, some analysts believe the sell-off has gone too far.
Jim Cramer weighs in on what he sees ahead and offers a dire comparison for the company.
Jim Cramer gives an inside look at three stocks that money managers and traders are very worried about in this environment.
A big downdraft in commodities weighed on stocks and stoked fears of global deflation.
European stocks ended sharply lower on Tuesday, brought down by autos tanking, mining companies being downgraded and oil prices weighing on sentiment.
Downward revisions from the Asian Development Bank and ratings cuts for miners dragged stocks lower on Tuesday.
A powerful earthquake off the coast of Chile sparked concerns about supply disruptions in the world's biggest copper producer.
European equities finished Wednesday in the green, as takeover talk and rising oil prices kept investors happy as they awaited the outcome of the ongoing Fed meeting.
European equities accelerated gains to close around 1 percent higher on Tuesday, after a choppy day of trade.
European markets closed lower on Friday, as investors' focus remained on next week's meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
European equities finished solidly lower on Thursday, after sentiment was left dented by data from Asia's two largest economies.
European equities lost some steam by the close on Wednesday, yet ended higher on hopes of further stimulus measures in Asia.
European equities closed more than 1 percent higher on Tuesday, despite weak data from China that caused further volatility in Asian markets.
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