The U.S. dollar was nearly flat against its major rivals in late trading on Thursday as market participants pored through a slew of key economic data.
Ruegenwalder Muehle, a German meat-producing family business founded in 1834, has announced that it will stop the production of its Currywurst in order to expand its plant-based range.
European markets dipped yesterday as optimism sparked by news of a possible US interest rate cut fizzled away.
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite have sunk into negative territory, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has given back a chunk of its gains after lackluster demand at a Treasury auction caused bond yields to spike.
Spanish share values rose by 0.30 percent on Thursday with the benchmark stock market index Ibex-35 opening on 9,252.90 points and closing on 9,280.30 points.
U.S. stocks rose on Thursday on improved bets of an interest rate cut following Fed chief Jerome Powell’s dovish remarks, while healthcare stocks were mixed after the Trump administration withdrew a rule that would kill rebates.
British stocks decreased on Thursday, with the benchmark FTSE 100 Index down by 0.28 percent, or 20.87 points, to close at 7,509.82 points.
European shares closed at a two-week low on Thursday weighed down by pharma stocks on worries that U.S. government may intervene on high drug prices, while optimism from the Federal Reserve’s dovish stance faded away.
U.S. stocks traded higher on Thursday, supported by higher expectations on future rate cuts following the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman’s testimony to the Congress.
Russian market indexes ended the trading session on Thursday with a downward trend.