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    The euro advanced against the dollar, reversing its decline, after a report showed German investor confidence increased more than economists predicted this month to the strongest in 2 1/2 years.

    Europe’s common currency advanced 0.2 percent to $1.3339 at 10:06 a.m. London time, after earlier falling by 0.4 percent.

    The ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim said its index of investor and analyst expectations, which aims to predict economic developments six months in advance, climbed to 31.5 from 6.9 in December. That’s the highest since May 2010. Economists forecast a gain to 12, according to the median of 39 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey.

    source_http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-01-22/euro-gains-versus-dollar-after-german-investor-confidence-climbs.html

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    Asian stocks were mixed in trading thinned by year-end holidays. Japanese benchmarks slipped from the highest levels since the early 1990s, while China’s currency reached its strongest since September.

    The MSCI World Index was little changed alongside U.S. equity-index futures. Oil held above $58 a barrel, while commodities in China ticked lower on inventory-buildup concerns. Australia and Hong Kong markets remained shut Tuesday.

    The euro was trading little changed against the dollar, and at similar levels to the end of last week, after briefly sliding on Monday. Dramatic moves have occurred in recent years in the currency and other markets at times of low liquidity, when automated trading programs can sometimes be a contributing factor.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-25/stocks-to-open-flat-euro-steady-after-brief-crash-markets-wrap

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    European stocks rose following a positive session in Asia, as the region’s new investment regulations finally took effect. The dollar edged higher after five days of declines and Treasuries steadied.

    The Stoxx Europe 600 climbed with retailers and health care stocks among the leaders. Equity gauges rose across Asia although Japanese markets remained closed. Emerging market shares also gained for a second session. European bond yields were little changed and the euro retreated for the first time in six days.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-02/asia-stocks-to-extend-gains-after-u-s-tech-surge-markets-wrap

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    European stocks followed their Asian counterparts higher before the start of an earnings season that’s expected to produce strong enough profit outlooks to support near-record high equity prices. The euro and the pound retreated against the dollar.

    The Stoxx Europe 600 index extended its biggest weekly advance since April after shares from Hong Kong to Sydney climbed. Markets in Tokyo were closed Monday for a holiday. Samsung Electronics Co. and a slew of European and U.S. banks are among companies giving results this week. Oil traded above $61 a barrel.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-07/asia-stocks-point-higher-as-earnings-season-begins-markets-wrap

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    European stocks steadied as investors sought to put Wednesday’s selloff behind them and as bonds rose. The dollar was stronger and the yen pared some of yesterday’s gains.

    The Stoxx Europe 600 Index held its ground, trading little changed even after most equity gauges in Asia retreated. The dollar was stronger for the third day in four, while the British pound extended its retreat for a fourth day. The yield on 10-year U.S. Treasuries declined after China said a news report on officials having recommended slowing or halting purchases of the securities might have cited a “wrong source.” West Texas crude oil was unchanged above $63 a barrel.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-10/yen-gain-to-weigh-on-japan-stocks-u-s-shares-dip-markets-wrap

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    European stocks followed many of their Asian peers lower as the earnings season got into full swing, while the U.S. dollar rose and West Texas oil steadied after Tuesday’s drop. Gold slipped for a second day.

    The Stoxx Europe 600 Index retreated, finding little support from the weaker euro following declines in a number of Asian markets and a pullback in U.S. equities yesterday. Chinese shares bucked the trend, climbing to a fresh record. The yen and pound were among the other major currencies slipping against the greenback. Treasuries fell amid Congressional talks to avert a government shutdown Friday.

    Traders appear to be taking a pause, perhaps questioning the pace of gains in equity markets at the start of 2018. After trading updates from many retailers, the earnings season is now ramping up, with investors eager for good news to help maintain the rally. Meanwhile bond investors are mulling the potential for monetary policy in the U.S. to be tightened more quickly than expected, and settling their nerves after last week’s selloff. The notion of a bond bear market doesn’t seem to have endured -- the yield curve steepening barely lasted a day.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-16/asia-stocks-face-losses-after-u-s-equity-retreat-markets-wrap

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    The euro advanced for the first day in three and European stocks edged higher as the global growth story gained momentum. Treasuries steadied after Wednesday’s drop, while gold advanced.

    Retailers and technology companies led the increase that stretched across most sectors in Europe, while the single currency climbed against most of its major peers after a recent pullback. The dollar held on to the previous day’s gains and 10-Year Treasury yields were steady at near 2.6 percent amid speculation Congress will avert a government shutdown. West Texas oil was flat as OPEC shows determination to curb production.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-17/asia-stock-gains-seen-on-u-s-highs-dollar-rises-markets-wrap

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    European stocks advanced, poised to help draw a line under recent global equity declines, even as the region’s common currency strengthened. The dollar dropped after President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address offered few new clues on U.S. policy, and bonds gained as the Bank of Japan increased asset purchases.

    The Stoxx Europe 600 Index rose, with most industry sectors in the green amid a flurry of corporate results. Equities in Asia were mixed, though the MSCI Asia Pacific Index declined for a third session as a slump in Japanese shares weighed on the broader gauge. The yield on the benchmark U.S. Treasury clawed its way back below 2.7 percent and the greenback was down against almost every major peer. The British pound gained a second day in the wake of somewhat hawkish comments from Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-30/asian-stocks-to-extend-losses-as-selloff-deepens-markets-wrap

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    Stocks in Europe and Asia kicked off February with gains, as investors decided the outlook for growth and corporate earnings was strong enough to quell concerns about the recent jump up in bond yields. Treasuries resumed a slide and the dollar was steady.

    Amid a flurry of company results the Stoxx Europe 600 Index headed for the first advance in four days, led by finance and technology shares. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index also rose, with a surge in Japanese stocks offsetting declines in China and India. Core government bonds across Europe fell, tracking 10-year Treasuries. The pound increased a third day alongside the euro.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-31/asia-stocks-face-mixed-february-start-after-fed-markets-wrap

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    The rebound in stock prices spread to Europe, but markets remained on edge as Asian equities pared their advance while U.S. futures retreated. Treasuries rebounded after Tuesday’s slump, gold climbed and crude advanced.

    The Stoxx Europe 600 Index headed for the first increase in eight days as most sectors on the gauge rose. Earlier in Asia, Japan’s benchmarks eked out slim gains at the close after retreating from the session’s highs, while Chinese shares dropped. The dollar was flat as most commodities rallied.

    Markets from Europe to Japan tumbled into oversold territory after the rout of the past week, which was triggered by rising bond yields and the prospects for a return of inflation and subsequent tighter monetary policy. Amid a slew of calls to “buy the dip,” investors will be watching Wednesday’s auction of 10-year Treasuries for clues on where markets go from here.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-06/stocks-in-asia-face-rally-as-u-s-equities-recover-markets-wrap

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    European shares were steady following a late downswing in Asia, as markets struggled to find direction after last week’s rout. The dollar weakened against most major currencies and Treasuries edged higher with gold.

    The Stocks Europe 600 Index traded little changed after a jump yesterday, while S&P 500 futures declined. The 10-year Treasury yield fell back after touching 2.89 percent and German bunds steadied. Commodities found support from the weaker dollar, with Brent crude heading for the first advance in a eight sessions, and bullion set for back-to-back gains. South Africa’s rand fluctuated as the country’s ruling African National Congress party decided to tell President Jacob Zuma to step down.

    source_https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-12/japanese-equities-set-to-gain-after-u-s-rally-markets-wrap

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