Monthly Archives:  April 2019

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  • Renault-Nissan merger idea revived

    Full Story | 30th April 2019
    Today’s article gives an overview of the Maltese, European and U.S. markets on Monday, together with latest news Renault – Nissan merger The Maltese market closed in the green on Monday, with MSE Equity Total .
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  • The Week Ahead

    Full Story | 29th April 2019
    US markets ended the week higher on Friday, with indexes setting fresh records on the back of 3.2% GDP growth, above expectations of 2.3%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 79 points, or 0.1% to .
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  • Markets under pressure

    Full Story | 26th April 2019
    U.S. stocks closed mostly lower Thursday as manufacturing-related sectors logged big losses, offsetting a rally in social-media shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5%, to 26,462.08. The S&P 500 index shed 0.03% to 2,926.17, .
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  • Walmart is getting into the beef business

    Full Story | 25th April 2019
    Today’s article gives an overview of the Maltese, European and U.S. markets on Wednesday, together with latest news from US biggest grocer The Maltese market closed in the green on Wednesday, with the MSE Equity .
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  • Markets jump on earnings

    Full Story | 24th April 2019
    US markets shot higher on Tuesday as investors cheered the latest round of blue-chip earnings. Both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite shot to fresh records, with the Nasdaq rising 105.56 points, or 1.3%, to .
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  • US markets return from break

    Full Story | 23rd April 2019
    U.S. markets returned from Good Friday break and started the week mostly higher Monday, as investors face a big week for corporate quarterly results and economic data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 48.49 points, .
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  • Markets struggle for direction

    Full Story | 18th April 2019
    US markets reversed earlier gains and closed lower with the health care sector sinking on concerns over future policy changes. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 3.12 points to 26,449.54 with the S&P 500 index .