European Stocks Articles
European stocks are in red, coronavirus concerns weigh on sentiments
European stocks have lost the upside momentum amid concerns over rising virus infections as well as the delivery of the Pfizer vaccine. Following the Monday rally, the European stocks rally faded due to slowing economic growth on lockdowns.
European stocks rebound from multi months low, upside is limited
European stocks bounced back as traders sentiments turned positive after reports of stronger manufacturing and export data from Europe and Asia. European stocks have hit multi months low at the beginning of the week due to concerns over lockdowns and prospects of slower growth in the December quarter.
European Stocks are Mostly Lower, US Stocks Extends Losses
European stocks reported losses in Thursday trading amid setbacks in politics, earnings, and the pandemic. Although the selling pressure is not strong, the major market indices are trading in negative territory for the second consecutive day.
European Stocks Struggles on Industrial Data, Wall Street Rebounds
European stocks reported losses in the past two consecutive sessions as Donald Trump has halted stimulus talks and German industrial data fell short of expectations. However, Wall Street soared sharply on Wednesday and extended the trend into Thursday trading.
European Stocks Soar on Trump’s Health and Stimulus Hopes
European stocks soared on Monday and extended the uptrend into Tuesday as President Donald Trump and the first lady has left the hospital after successfully beating the virus. The rally in energy and tech stocks supported the gains.
European Stocks Underperformed in the Third Quarter, Here’s What to Expect in Q4
European stocks remained volatile throughout the third quarter this year as a stronger Euro as well as concerns over the second coronavirus wave negatively impacted trader’s sentiments. European stocks also underperformed compared to US stock indices.
European Stocks Rebound on Banking Shares Rally, Economic Data
After reporting the worst weekly performance since June, European stocks rebounded sharply on Monday and extended the uptrend into Tuesday trading. The upside momentum is supported by a sharp rebound in banking stocks that had hit a record low last week. Investor’s strategy of buying on the dip is also supporting European stocks.
European Stocks Edge Higher After Worst Weekly Performance
European stocks moved higher on Monday after reporting worst weekly performance since mid-June amid concerns over the second coronavirus wave. Several other factors including slower than expected economic growth also added to last week's selloff. However, European stocks are in green on Monday, thanks to positive momentum from Asian stock markets and US stock futures.
European Stocks Recovered From Three Month Low, US Stock Futures Extends Gains
European stocks fell to three month low on Thursday as worries over the economic recovery and increasing virus infections dented investor’s sentiments. The Fed’s warnings over the slow economic recovery have added to bearish sentiments.
European Stocks Steady, But US Stock Markets Tumbles on Fed Warning
European stocks rallied on Wednesday and remain steady in Thursday trading despite a huge selloff in US stock markets. The rally in stock prices of sportswear makers and auto companies helped European stocks to extend the upside momentum.
European Stocks Extends Gains on Tech and Energy Sector Performance
European stocks rebounded slightly on Tuesday and extended the upside momentum into Wednesday trading as technology companies continue enhancing investor's sentiments. Strong gains from the energy and healthcare sectors added to the upside momentum despite sluggish sentiments about travel and leisure companies.
European Stocks are in Red as Interest Rate Policies Impacts Sentiments
European stocks extended the downtrend in the second consecutive session on Friday as investors are showing concerns over the low-interest-rate policy. The fed has announced that it will keep interest rates in zero range in the next few years to support the employment level and economic growth.