European markets tumbled to close sharply lower on Tuesday, as concerns over oil prices haunted traders and investors worldwide.» Read More
European stocks ended sharply lower on Tuesday, brought down by autos tanking, mining companies being downgraded and oil prices weighing on sentiment.
European markets suffered a tumultuous day on Friday, after the Federal Reserve's decision to hold interest rates fanned investor worries.
Asian shares advanced on Wednesday, with markets in China spiking in the final minutes of trade to clinch their best single-day gain since August 27.
European equities accelerated gains to close around 1 percent higher on Tuesday, after a choppy day of trade.
Chinese shares took another tumble on Tuesday amid persisting worries about the health of the world's second-biggest economy.
European markets closed flat to lower on Monday, with investors cautious ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate decision on Thursday.
European equities finished solidly lower on Thursday, after sentiment was left dented by data from Asia's two largest economies.
Asian shares outside South Korea declined on Thursday, as economic data out of the region's top two economies heightened concerns about growth.
European equities lost some steam by the close on Wednesday, yet ended higher on hopes of further stimulus measures in Asia.
Asian shares were on a roll Wednesday, as investor confidence got a boost from the strong rally in offshore markets.
European equities ended higher on Monday, bucking the trend set in Asia, with shares of commodities trader Glencore soaring after it unveiled a debt revamp plan.
Asian shares mostly fell on Monday, as nervousness prevailed following China's wild swings and last Friday's sell-off on Wall Street.
Asian stocks declined on Friday, as investors awaited the U.S. nonfarm payrolls report for August.
Rio Tinto says China's steel production will grow modestly until 2030 but demand will increase in other emerging markets in Southeast Asia and India, the Financial Times reports.
Asian stocks mostly recovered on Thursday as investors took heart in a positive finish on Wall Street overnight.
Asian share markets went through a roller-coaster ride on Wednesday amid persisting concerns over the health of China's economy.
China's benchmark Shanghai composite ended nearly 5 percent higher with gains accelerating in the final half-hour of trade.
As China's economy slows, companies and countries are rethinking their plans, the New York Times reports.
U.S. stocks closed lower, after a failed attempt to rally, as investor confidence waned amid continued concerns about China and global growth.
European markets finished sharply higher on Tuesday, after posting staggering losses in the previous session, which has already being dubbed "Black Monday."