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Europe Stocks Climb Higher after US Congress Approve Bill to Increase Debt Ceiling

Stocks in Europe and Asia have risen in response to the debt ceiling increase approved by lawmakers in the US. Stocks in Europe opened higher today after the US Senate approved a bill to suspend the government’s debt ceiling. Following a 63-36 vote, US lawmakers agreed to raise the debt ceiling to prevent the country’s first-ever debt default. Congress has now sent the approval to President Joe Biden for assent. As of 9:30 am London time this morning, the STOXX Europe 600 climbed 0.7%...

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European Markets Open Higher Following US Debt Ceiling Deal

European stock markets were higher in pre-trade amid impending Congress vote on the proposed US debt ceiling bill. European markets opened higher on Monday following the US debt ceiling deal between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Over the weekend, the two high-ranking politicians finally agreed to raise the US debt ceiling, thereby preventing a default. In light of the deal, Biden and McCarthy now seek to convince Congress to approve implementation in the coming...

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Deutschland: DAX auf Allzeithoch!

Der DAX ist der bedeutendste deutsche Aktienindex. Er misst aktuell die Wertentwicklung der 40 größten und liquidesten Unternehmen des deutschen Aktienmarktes und repräsentiert rund 80 Prozent der Marktkapitalisierung börsennotierter Aktiengesellschaften in Deutschland. Es gab einen historischen Moment an der Deutschen Börse letzte Woche: Der DAX ist auf ein neues Allzeithoch gestiegen. Was sind die Gründe? Die Tagesschau in Deutschland sieht den...

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Marktkommentar: Hebelzertifikate: Sehr lukrativ und sehr riskant

Geht es 2023 an der Börse wieder bergauf oder folgt ein weiteres Jahr zum Vergessen? Anlegern, die mit Hebelzertifikaten handeln, dürfte das egal sein. Schließlich sind mit dieser Zertifikate-Gattung in jeder Marktphase hohe Renditen zu erzielen. Im Worst-Case-Szenario droht aber auch ein Totalverlust. Aktuelle Markteinschätzung von Michael B. Bußhaus, Gründer und Geschäftsführer von justTRADE Es kann nur besser werden. Das Gros der Anleger dürfte froh sein, dass 2022 überstanden ist – und...

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Global Stocks Turn Negative as U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 400,000, Doubling in One Week

Spain, Italy, France, and Germany all recorded over 100,000 COVID-19 cases. As hopes for the sooner recovery from the virus started fading, global stocks and market indices suffered on Wednesday. The number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. has hit a new record. On Wednesday, it surpassed 400,000, doubling in just one week. The number of deaths in the country reached 12,864. The U.S. is reporting most COVID-19 cases worldwide, followed by Spain, Italy, France, and Germany. The coronavirus...

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European Markets Trading in Green after Their Worst Day, EU Closing Borders on Tuesday

European markets rallied, but then lost some of their gains, while markets in the Asia-Pacific region were mixed on Tuesday as investors tried to grapple with a disastrous Monday on Wall Street.European equities started its trading higher on Monday following new development regarding the coronavirus vaccine. Also, the Union decided to close its external borders. The first human trial to evaluate a candidate vaccine against the new coronavirus has begun in Seattle yesterday, raising hopes in...

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Coronavirus: European Markets Plunge Deeper as Governments Impose Safety Restrictions

The coronavirus pandemic isn’t at all taking it easy on European markets as well as travel stocks. Both are seriously bleeding. People are panicking and waiting for signs of improvement.The coronavirus outbreak has gotten increasingly worse since the first cases last year. Because of the situation, governments all over the world have begun imposing different lockdown levels to curb the spread of the highly contagious disease. With a large number of Europeans currently confirmed with COVID-19,...

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Market Collapse amid Coronavirus and Oil Prices Crash: European Stocks Over 6% Down

Oil market prices plunged when OPEC and its allies failed to reach an agreement on production cuts. All the markets, including stocks, currencies and cryptos are falling.European equity indices were red across the board at the open on Monday as the coronavirus outbreak coupled with crashing oil prices rattled the global market. The pan-European Stoxx 600 fell 6.2%. All stocks on Italy’s FTSE MIB except pharma company Recordati failed to open at the start of the day’s trade. Italian blue-chip...

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Markets Finished Week in Red amid Coronavirus Epidemic

European stocks fell sharply on Friday. On Wall Street, equities sank as well with the Dow Jones industrial average falling by 250 points. The coronavirus is spreading.Even though coronavirus came from Wuhan, Hubei – a China province, it seems that the country finally made its way on reducing the number of infected people. China’s National Health Commission (NHC) reported a significantly reduced number of COVID-19 cases with 99 new confirmed in the past twenty-four hours. This is, however,...

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