Daily Report November 22, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded higher after better than expected earnings from VW, up more than 7% over the last two sessions, boosted the Autos sector across the continent. Most major sectors and bourses closed in the green led by the DAX who overcame...

Daily Report for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded higher after a weak open and all major sectors other than banking closed in the green led by a jump in Autos, the best performing sector on the day. VW jumped more than 4% on news it will invest 23 billion in the VW brand...

Daily Report for Thursday, November 16, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded lower across the board for the fifth day in a row, bucking the global markets trend lower as all leading sectors other than banking closed in the red. Airbus was higher on the day following a big US equity firm jet order...

Daily Report November 6, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded sideways and higher and closed the week on a positive note with all major sectors other than banking stocks and leading bourses in positive territory. Societe General.fr earnings disappointed investors and the French...

Daily Report for November 17, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded higher across the board with all major bourses and leading sectors closing in positive territory for the first time in a week. Construction and materials and the banking sectors paved the way higher in the morning on...

Daily Report for November 20, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded lower across the board and closed the trading week in the red. All leading bourses and leading sectors other than media stocks and retail closed in the red. Vivendi and SKY were the only big gainers Friday while investors...

Daily Report November 15, 2017

European Markets:     European markets traded lower across the board for the fourth day in a row, with all leading markets and major sectors closing in the red. Weak overnight China data was the trigger for a selloff in commodities and energy stocks. The mining stocks...