European markets closed sharply lower on Friday as investor sentiment was curbed by more declines in the oil price.
European equities closed sharply lower Thursday after investors were left disappointed by the measures announced by the ECB.
European markets finished sharply lower on Tuesday after Turkish fighter jets shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border.
European equities closed sharply lower on Friday as slumping commodity prices and weak earnings reports weighed on investor sentiment.
European equities finished sharply lower on Thursday, as oil prices and a fall in Rolls-Royce shares dented investor sentiment.
U.S. equities closed lower as investors weighed a possible Federal Reserve rate hike in December.
Traders will look to retail data next week for further support of economic growth — from the consumer.
European stocks closed sharply higher Friday, as investors cheered China's central bank as it cut interest rates and digested more earnings.
The bullish outlook for the U.S. may be undermined by negative earnings warnings this week in nearly every sector of the domestic economy.
Europe closed higher on Thursday, as investors shrugged off the downturn in oil prices and concentrated on corporate earnings.
With slowing growth in China rattling international stock markets, the luxury goods sector in Europe has seen heavy losses.
Fashion house missed forecasts for first-half and highlighted an increasingly challenging environment for luxury sales.
European equities ended in the red on Wednesday, as investors failed to shake off concerns over the economic slowdown in China.
European stocks closed in the red on Tuesday as investors failed to shake off fresh concerns of a slowdown in China's economy.
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The recent stock market rout and currency devaluation have dealt a blow to China's luxury market, the New York Times reports.
European stock markets closed sharply lower on Wednesday, as investors tried to understand the state of China's economy.
The yuan devaluation may have a tougher impact on global companies than previously thought, as China’s drive to produce top-quality goods intensifies.
As China’s central bank devalues the country’s currency for the second time in two days, one sector is expected to be hit the hardest: luxury.