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Thyagaraju Adinarayan

Euronext resumes trading as outage raises concentration concerns

20 Oct 2020

LONDON/PARIS Trading on Euronext resumed on Tuesday after a series of glitches on Monday disrupted several of Western Europe's major stock exchanges and raised concerns about the risk of one operator hosting so many bourses.

Euronext plagued by two glitches Monday, latest exchange to go down

20 Oct 2020

LONDON/NEW YORK Exchange operator Euronext experienced two technical glitches on Monday, one which froze morning transactions in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris and another at the close, when much of the key trading activity happens.

Vaccine hopes drive stocks higher on 'Black Monday' anniversary

19 Oct 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON Wall Street opened higher and the dollar slipped on Monday as rising hopes of a coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year and a U.S. fiscal package before the election offset concern over record daily infections in Europe.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks boosted by stimulus hopes and China's post-holiday surge

12 Oct 2020

* FTSE 100, Sterling wobbly ahead of Brexit summit later this week

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks scale five-week highs on China's post-holiday surge

12 Oct 2020

* FTSE 100, Sterling wobbly ahead of Brexit summit later this week

GRAPHIC-Tech ETF outflows send a wake-up call after sizzling rally

25 Sep 2020

LONDON, Sept 25 Passive investors, the backbone of the Nasdaq's rally this year, seem to have lost their nerve, pulling massive amounts of cash in recent days from index-tracking technology funds in what many see as an ominous sign for the sector.

Dividend futures suggest a decade of doldrums. Many disagree

22 Sep 2020

LONDON It will take a decade for dividend payouts to return to pre-pandemic levels, futures markets are suggesting, a gloomy view that is at odds with the recent equity rebound and investors' confidence that payments will normalise far sooner.

In 'laggard rotation', emerging market equity funds turn winners - BofA

11 Sep 2020

LONDON Global investors yanked almost $24 billion out of cash funds in the past week to redirect money into emerging markets, while slowing down on chasing the summer's winners, technology and gold, BofA's weekly fund flow statistics showed on Friday.

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