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Economists polled by Reuters indicate that 2020 could be one of the worst years for global stock markets in at least 10 years. Full Article

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Global stock markets have the potential to climb upwards in 2020, but there is a high possibility of a correction by 10% or more, according Full Article

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Asian stock markets are trading bullish a day after Christmas even as most markets remain closed in the observance of Boxing Day. The Nikkei Full Article

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Japan's leading stock market index Nikkei soared to its highest level so far this year as a result of optimism in the Q3 corporate earnings Full Article

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The US stock markets are gearing up for Q3 earnings this week, and it will be interesting to see how much of an impact the US-China trade Full Article

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Britain's top 100 publicly listed companies on FTSE lost 3.2% of their value on Wednesday and saw another 0.6% decline on Thursday as well. Full Article

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European stock markets look set to trade in the green today following ECB's announcement of stimulus measures to revive the weakening... Full Article

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European stock markets are trading at their highest levels in six weeks over optimism after US and China agreed to delay tariff hikes on.. Full Article

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According to a recent Reuters poll, global stock markets are expected to rally well into next year. Escalating trade tensions had caused... Full Article

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FTSE 100 looks all set for its biggest rise in over 10 days following news of an attack on a Saudi oilfield which has helped oil companies' Full Article

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The intensifying trade war between US and China has hit global stock markets quite hard with the FTSE falling to a six-month low Full Article

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Global stock markets continued their decline on Tuesday over worsening equations between US and China. Full Article

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Early on Monday, FTSE is trading 1% lower as global stock markets experience a sell-off in response to the US-China trade war escalating Full Article

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On Tuesday, European stock markets are expected to open higher while waiting on the announcement of the new Prime Minister in the UK. Full Article

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FTSE has gained over its European counterparts as rising tensions in the Middle East push crude oil prices higher, pulling up oil companies' Full Article

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