Tech glitch as Netflix disappoints

By Craig Erlam Wednesday was slightly better for stock markets in Europe as they continued to fluctuate in the same ranges they’ve traded in for the last month. US indices had a

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ECB’s unhelpful ambiguity

By Craig Erlam European stocks edged higher Thursday ahead of the long bank holiday weekend; ending the week not far from where they started as investors mull the latest policy decisions, inflation

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Hawks fill the skies

By Jeffrey Halley The procession of central banks hiking rates in an attempt to see off inflation has continued over the last 24 hours. The Bank of Canada hiked by 0.50% overnight,

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Omicron selloff looks overstretched

By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity Group Last Friday could be regarded as 2021’s worst day in financial markets. Risk-off sent stocks, oil prices, commodity currencies and Treasury yields sharply

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