Sept 24 The Turkish lira fell to near record
lows on Friday, a day after a surprise rate cut from the central
bank, while broader emerging markets currencies headed for their
third straight weekly loss on jitters from the China Evergrande
(Reuters) -European shares rose on Tuesday after their biggest fall in two months on easing worries about the spillover from the crisis at China's Evergrande, while music label Universal Music Group soared 35% in its stock market debut.
* Futures jump: Dow 0.97%, S&P 0.86%, Nasdaq 0.73%
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Sept 21 U.S. stock futures rebounded on Tuesday
as investors tried to shake off the risks of a contagion from
the Evergrande crisis in China, while focus remained on the
Federal Reserve's meeting for cues on a timeline to taper its
Sept 20 U.S. stock index futures fell 1% on
Monday, as investors worried about rising COVID-19 cases and the
pace of economic growth at the start of a week in which the
Federal Reserve will decide on potentially tapering its massive
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London's FTSE 100 rose on Monday, led by financial and industrials stocks, on bets that central banks would keep monetary policy loose amid signs of a sharp slowdown in the global economic rebound.
Aug 25 The Turkish lira rose on Wednesday while
other emerging market currencies were muted as investors turned
to an annual U.S. Federal Reserve symposium for clues on how
soon the central bank would begin to taper its pandemic-era
Aug 24 The Russian rouble led gains among
emerging market currencies on Tuesday as oil rebounded from its
worst week this year, while a jump in Hong Kong-listed
technology stocks lifted the regional equities index.
(Reuters) -European shares edged higher on Friday as Marks & Spencer lifted retailers, but the benchmark STOXX 600 still marked its worst week since February on signs of slowing economic growth and rising COVID-19 cases.