Global Markets: Shares rebound but remain on track for weekly loss
Friday, 12 October 2018 () Stock markets worldwide bounced back on Friday after a multi-day selloff that left the equity markets on track for their biggest weekly losses in months, while U.S. Treasury yields moved higher and the dollar held its gains.
Markets are looking to Q3 earnings reports to give them a lift after last week's heavy falls. And, as David Pollard reports, traders also hope for some strong medicine from this week's EU summit, amid..
According to Reuters, despite a global rebound, the S&P 500 has had a rough week.
Wall Street posted its biggest weekly loss since March.
After a multi-day sell-off, stock markets worldwide rebounded..
With markets bracing for a possible $200 billion of new US tariffs on China, European share markets started nervously after Asian shares slump to a 14-month low. As Laura Frykberg reports, the Aussie..