European stocks rebounded on Friday after ECB president Mario Draghi said the central bank is ready to expand its asset purchasing programme if inflation in the eurozone continues to lag.
While there are very real risks to the eurozone’s growth story, there are five reasons to think the picture might be a little brighter than is being depicted, according to J.P. Morgan Asset Management Global Market Strategist Kerry Craig.
The UK stock market rebounded on Friday morning after two days of declines, as mining shares recovered after recent losses.
UKIP has taken a second seat in Westminster after winning the Rochester and Strood by-election, adding to concerns over the outcome of the general election next year.
UK stocks pulled back from their highest level in nearly two months on Wednesday, as investors treaded cautiously ahead of the minutes of the latest Bank of England (BoE) and Federal Reserve meetings.
There is value to be had in Japan even as it dips into recession, says David Coombs.
London's FTSE 100 was rising for the fourth straight day on Tuesday as a string of disappointing economic data from Asia prompted calls for stimulus.
Darren Hepworth, Director of Global Trading at TD Direct Investing takes a look back at October 2014.
UK stocks began the day slightly lower, weighed down by negative references out overnight from Asia, despite which miners were registering the largest gains early on.
The price of Brent crude oil edged above $77 on Friday but remained close to its new four-year low as demand fears and weak Chinese data weighed on the commodity.
UK stocks pulled back from their highest levels in a month and a half on Friday, though the downside was being limited by some rare positive economic data from the Eurozone.
Chinese data for October came in weaker than expected on Thursday, dragging down the mainland index, but Hong Kong shares have remained strong.
UK equities advanced on Thursday morning as stimulus hopes in China and easing concerns about the Japanese economy gave London's stock market a boost.
UK stocks declined on Wednesday, snapping a five-day winning streak that sent the FTSE 100 to a six-week high, as investors digested a wave of corporate earnings and awaited the Bank of England's (BoE) Inflation Report.
As Vodafone reveals its second quarter results, brokers give their analysis.
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