Stock markets are enduring large losses due to concerns about rising inflation, higher interest rates and the war in Ukraine.
Equity markets in Europe and the US are experiencing moderate volatility as Russia announced it will cease gas exports to Bulgaria and Poland.
Earlier today we saw a reversal of yesterday’s fortunes as European stock markets recouped some of the ground that was lost yesterday.
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 have undergone a rebound today following the World Bank’s downgrade to global growth, the body now predicts the world economy will expand by 3.2% in 2022, while the previous forecast was 4.1%.
Stock markets are on track to finish higher this afternoon as traders have shrugged off the negative headlines about additional sanctions on Russia, as well as the chatter about higher interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
Stock markets are lower due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, and the slightly hawkish tone of last night’s Federal Reserve minutes.
Stock markets in continental Europe are under pressure as the EU announced plans to reduce its dependency on coal from Russia.
Stock markets are subdued today as the war in Ukraine continues. Allegations of deliberate attacks on Ukrainian civilians by Russian forces have been made.
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