Equities are slowly recovering after the mid-week sell-off. Many indices suffered their worst session since the election of Donald Trump.
Equities are recovering after the biggest sell-off in almost 6 months yesterday.
After the biggest drop in equities in almost six months on Tuesday, markets are still dipping downwards, grappling to find a new equilibrium.
The euro is inching up as the dollar edges down.
The dollar is trading downwards for the fourth session in a row.
Crude prices are failing to reach the $50 mark as over-supply woes consume traders. after dovish comments from the Federal Reserve, the greenback slid to a five-week low.
The Federal Reserve raised the cost of borrowing yesterday, taking the overnight rate from 0.75 basis points to 1 basis point.
Markets are mixed heading into an uncertain and surely tumultuous day in markets.
Europe’s bourses are steady in the run-up to the Dutch elections. Oil heads into its second day of losses, down 0.2%.
Five things you need to know about the week ahead.