LONDON — European markets are set for a modestly higher open on Monday, tracking Friday’s positive close stateside on the back of a strong round of economic data.
Shreyashi Sanyal & Lim Hui Jie
China’s stocks slid Monday after data showed persistent deflationary pressures as the country’s economy suffers from weak domestic demand.
European markets are set to open higher Friday after closing out their best month since January amid a global rally in stocks and bonds.
Lim Hui Jie
Asia-Pacific markets started Friday lower, breaking ranks with Wall Street which mostly advanced on Thursday, amid mixed economic data from across the region.
European stocks are heading for a mixed open Wednesday as regional markets struggle to build positive momentum and assess comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve board members.
Asia-Pacific markets largely fell, led by losses in Hong Kong as investors assess comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve board members and digest Australia’s October inflation figures.
European markets are heading for a flat open Tuesday, continuing lackluster sentiment seen at the start of the week in the region and beyond.
Asia-Pacific markets were mixed on Tuesday, a day after the region saw all its major indexes end the day in negative territory.
European markets are heading for a negative start to the new trading week, days after the region’s Stoxx 600 index reached its highest level since Sept. 20.
Asia-Pacific markets started the week largely lower, with Chinese markets dragged by property stocks and Japan’s service inflation surging to a 45-month high.
December 11, 2023