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  1. India Elections Pull Down Asia, Europe Markets Dip And Crude Drops 2% Hitting $72 - Global Markets Today While US Slept

    By Akanksha Bakshi On Monday, June 3rd, the U.S. stock markets exhibited mixed results. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both saw modest gains during a volatile trading session, influenced by disappointing manufacturing data and a technical issue at the New York Stock Exchange that temporar
  2. Asia And Europe Markets Dip, Crude Oil Nears $71 - Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping

    By Akanksha Bakshi On Tuesday, January 16th, U.S. stock markets closed lower, influenced by mixed results from Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS ) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS ) impacting banking stocks, along with declines in Boeing Co (NYSE: BA ) and Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL ) affecting the S&P 50
  3. Asian Markets Higher, Europe Trades In Green Following US Inflation Data - Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping

    By Akanksha Bakshi On Wednesday, September 13, the U.S. markets ended mixed as investors reacted to higher-than-anticipated August inflation data. The U.S. annual inflation rate climbed to 3.7%, surpassing the previous month's 3.2% and market expectations of 3.6%. Month-over-month,
  4. Asia Closes Lower, Europe Down Ahead Of US Inflation Data - Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping

    By Akanksha Bakshi On Tuesday, September 12, the U.S. markets ended in red as investors prepared for the release of significant U.S. inflation figures. S&P 500 ended lower, with the information technology and communication services sectors experiencing the most significant declines
  5. Asian Markets Remain Mixed, Crude Falls While Eurozone Economic Growth Outlook Downgraded - Global Markets Today While US Was Sleeping

    By Akanksha Bakshi On Friday, September 8, the U.S. markets ended higher, driven by energy stocks, which climbed over 1%, supported by the recent decision by Saudi Arabia and Russia to extend supply cuts, maintaining momentum in oil prices. Wall Street's key indexes saw weekly decl
  6. Is Investing In China A Good Idea Right Now? 'It's Complicated,' Say Morgan Stanley Analysts

    By Natan Ponieman The Chinese consumer market is the second largest in the world, behind only the U.S. At over $6 trillion, household consumption in China is one-third of that of the U.S. and only 20% smaller than that of the entire European Union. Yet, China's economic growth is la