Global stocks struggled for direction during Wednesday’s trading session, seesawing between small gains and losses. Trading is likely to be thin across the globe during the last week of the year, with volumes of crude oil, equities and currencies all below average.
Calamatta Cuschieri has in recent years’ setup the CC Cancer Foundation and has also organised a series of annual events such as the Walk for Cancer, Blood Donation Drive, Investing in Nature campaign as well as collaboration with ALS Malta
Bonds fell across the board in major markets, as did stocks which were spooked by a poll that put Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton by 1 point in the US election
Markets opened in the red on Monday morning, with investors left scratching their heads over fresh concerns in the upcoming U.S. presidential election while weak Japanese data and lower oil prices weighed on investor sentiment.
We have today's market news and European stocks are under pressure.
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Britain greenlights a £16 billion expansion of London’s main airport and 3M stocks (the maker of Scotch tape and Post-it notes) are the major drag on top US bourses. We're putting earnings in the limelight, check out our roundup of today's market news.
We have good news for Spain and Portugal, European markets in the green and Wall Street updates. This is what you need to know today about the market.
Markets got off on a positive note this week, buoyed by a broken political deadlock in Spain, positive manufacturing data from Germany and perhaps the biggest deal of the year. We have this week's market themes for you.
Maltese stocks are now available for live online trading through Calamatta Cuschieri's updated online platform
Financial services firm Calamatta Cuschieri launched new live trading on the Malta Stock Exchange on CCTrader
Markets seemed to have welcomed the start of another summer week as major Asian bourses traded significantly higher.
Frenzy week as European markets vary on nervousness about the stress tests on banks shares, but moving higher at week’s end on Bank of England’s (BOE) easing and on U.S economic data.
Worldwide stocks proceeded with their rally on Thursday, after the Bank of England surprised the markets by holding its key interest rate unchanged at a record low of 0.5%
Panic subsided in the global financial markets, halting this week’s slide
The Brexit decision left the global markets in turmoil. This uncharted path of a European Union without Britain sparked the sell-offs around the globe.