The euro rebounded from the day’s lows yesterday but held well below a two and a half year high hit earlier this month as markets bet the single currency’s double-digit gains this year may be too much for a central bank that is still wary of removing stimulus.
Tue, 22 Aug, 2017
Five years after the credit crisis began, Western economies are confronting the prospect of a lost decade of growth, and international diplomats are warning the damage could get even worse if Europe allows its sovereign debt crisis to fester much longer.
Mon, 23 Jan, 2012
Share prices were off their lows at midday, but lower nonetheless as investors took profits on recent sharp gains and behaved cautiously ahead of tomorrow's Federal Reserve meeting on monetary policy and after yesterday's news of the US Airways bankruptcy, dealers said.
Mon, 12 Aug, 2002
US government bond prices closed sharply higher, sending yields to new lows, after a weaker-than-expected July nonfarm payroll report raised expectations that the Federal Open Market Committee may cut interest rates to ensure economic growth, dealers said.
Fri, 02 Aug, 2002
Leading shares remained firmer but off intraday highs in thin midday trading, tentatively clawing back some of yesterday's massive losses, although investors continued to tread warily in the wake of the apparent $4 bn (€4.06bn) fraud at WorldCom, dealers said.
Thu, 27 Jun, 2002
Technology shares were lower midsession, with the Nasdaq composite hovering near its lows for the day amid worries about the upcoming earnings season, with fears of ongoing tensions in the Middle East continuing to weigh on sentiment, dealers said.
Wed, 03 Apr, 2002