Europe: Stocks climb, London steady at open
[LONDON] Eurozone stock markets climbed at the start of trading on Monday, while London was steady following a rally overnight in Tokyo. Read more at The Business Times.
[LONDON] Eurozone stock markets climbed at the start of trading on Monday, while London was steady following a rally overnight in Tokyo.Frankfurt's DAX 30 index rose 0.6 per cent to 12,390.33 points and the Paris CAC 40 added 0.3 per cent to 4,798.38.
Outside the eurozone, London' FTSE 100 index was flat at 5,897.09 points.AFPBT is now on Telegram! Read more: The Business Times »
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Tokyo: Stocks open higher on Monday[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday as investors took heart from rallies on Wall Street and a cheap yen against the dollar. Read more at The Business Times.
Singapore stocks open lower on Monday; STI down 0.6%SINGAPORE shares continued their decline on Monday morning from the week before. Read more at The Business Times.
Hot stock: SGX climbs after unveiling surprise higher dividendSHARES of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) rose on Monday morning following its surprise move to raise its final quarterly dividend to 8.0 Singapore cents per share, up from 7.5 cents a year ago. Read more at The Business Times.