Stock markets in Europe mostly finished in the red due to worries about an energy shortage.
Stock markets are in the red as yesterday’s bullish sentiment has been replaced by worries about rising inflation, and lofty oil prices.
Stock markets are enduring large losses due to concerns about rising inflation, higher interest rates and the war in Ukraine.
Equity markets in Europe are higher thanks to the bullish session in the US last night. Even though the war in Ukraine persists, the mood in the markets is upbeat.
Stock markets are lower this afternoon as there are fears the Federal Reserve will adopt a more hawkish policy than expected.
Stock markets in continental Europe are under pressure as the EU announced plans to reduce its dependency on coal from Russia.
The optimism of yesterday has been replaced by renewed pessimism as continued Russian aggression is driving European stock markets lower.
The mood in the markets is subdued even though the war in Ukraine continues. European stock markets haven’t moved much today.
Yesterday the markets cheered the news that Russia will be scaling back its military hardware on the border with Ukraine, but today there are reports that more Russian soldiers are being sent to the front line.
The mood in the markets is upbeat as the Russian government announced it will start to reduce the number of troops its has stationed on the Ukrainian border, which sent out a message that a conflict is very unlikely to happen.
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