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Global stock markets cautiously rise at start of hectic week

The US Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC (file). The US central bank will unveil its monetary policy announcement tomorrow, followed by both the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England on Thursday. Text Size: A A A. AFP /London. The world’s …Read more

European stock markets cautiously rise at start of hectic week

LONDON European stock markets mostly ticked upwards on Monday Jun 17 as investors moved cautiously at the start of a busy week packed with key interest rate decisions in particular from the US Federal Reserve The indices in London and Paris closed
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Stocks Rise Modestly in Cautious Trading Ahead of Federal Reserve Meeting

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose modestly Monday as investors moved cautiously heading into this Moneys Stock of the Day Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg was apologetic over two deadly crashes of its flagship 737 MAX heading into the start of
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro surge to two-year high prompts stocks pause

Wall Street was also set to open slightly lower and oil prices dipped taking the shine off a second week running of gains for global stock indices above the 8-percent rise projected at the start of the month according to Thomson Reuters IBE
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks edge up US futures rise on hope for no US govt shutdown

Asian stock thats dented global growth and some corporate earnings Improving market sentiment was news that US lawmakers reached a tentative deal on border security funding that would avert another partial government shutdown due to start on
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Local market heads lower as energy material stocks weigh

It comes after the stock has rallied significantly over the past week following pressure on the market after falling to a four-month low overnight prompted by an unexpected rise in US crude stockpiles and a diming outlook for global demand
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Canadian dollar doesnt have much further to fall despite market turmoil experts say

The plunge in global stock markets over the past week has dragged down the Canadian dollar and oil a range of 80 to 81 cents US within the next couple of months If we start to see equity markets selling off and volatility moving higher the
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