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European stocks were seen opening mixed on
Thursday as the previous session's tentative recovery loses steam, with
investors bracing for a key Italian bond auction.
Financial spreadbetters expected Britain's FTSE 100 to open 6 to 9 points lower, or down as much as 0.2 percent, Germany's DAX to open 11 to 16 points higher, or up as much as 0.2 percent, and France's CAC-40 to open 3 to 4 points lower, or down as much as 0.1 percent.
European stocks climbed on Wednesday, halting a week-long slide as recently battered banks rallied, although the rebound was seen as technical and short-lived.
Italy plans to offer up to 5 billion euros, including its March 2015 BTP bond and 3 off-the-run issues, with yields expected to rise.
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China’s economy is on track to meet the official growth target for 2017, the head of the state planning agency said on Saturday.
“We expect to achieve the full-year growth target of about 6
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Hong Kong stocks rose, led by a rebound in shares that had driven a slump on Thursday.
The Hang Seng Index advanced 1% as of 08:26 as Industrial & Commercial Bank of China and Ping An Insu
Brazil stocks were higher after the close on Friday, as gains in the Basic Materials, Financials and Public Utilities sectors led shares higher.
At the close in Sao Paulo, the Bovespa rose 0
Asian and European markets rose yesterday, with Japan’s Nikkei clocking up a record-equalling 14 straight wins, while the dollar also rallied on hopes for Donald Trump’s tax cut plans.