LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks hovered near one-month highs on Wednesday as an expected U.S.
interest rate rise and risks of a fresh outbreak of trade tensions between China and the United States overshadowed a generally benign political and economic backdrop.
Wall Street appeared set for a modestly firmer open, potentially building on the previous session's gains, which were fueled by buoyant mergers and acquisitions activity among media and telecoms firms . SPX IXIC . ESC1..
LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks retreated on Wednesday from one-month highs, with investor focus turning from the U.S.-North Korea summit to an expected U.S. interest rate rise and the risk of a fresh..
What's the price of another European Union exit? On Tuesday, it was significant downturns across global equities markets. Downward pressure appeared Tuesday, May 29, as Italy teetered on the edge of a..