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Yahoo BusinessApr 06, 2020
Stocks Jump With U.S. Futures on Easing Virus Toll: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks jumped in Europe and Asia alongside U.S. equity futures after the reported death tolls in some of the world's coronavirus hot spots showed signs of easing over the weekend. The dollar edged higher and Treasuries fell.The Stoxx Europe 600 Index rallied led by travel and leisure shares after Italy said it had the fewest deaths in more than two weeks, France reported the lowest number in five days and Spain's tally fell for the third day in a row. Contracts on the S&P 500 also jumped after New York state fatalities fell for the first time, though President Donald Trump warned that a "very horrendous" phase in the pandemic is approaching."There is light at the end of the tunnel but it's still a long tunnel," Erik Nielsen, UniCredit SpA's London-based chief economist, wrote in a note Sunday.Japan's benchmark ended almost 4% higher even as that country moved closer to declaring a state of emergency. The yen dropped along with Treasuries as haven demand receded. Shares in Hong Kong rose while Shanghai was closed for a holiday. Crude oil pared a decline of as much as 11% though it remained lower as uncertainty swirled over a proposed meeting of the world's top producers.The pound fluctuated as U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to hospital for tests after suffering from the coronavirus for 10 days.Stocks ended down last week, trimming some of the prior week's huge rally, after a plunge in U.S. hiring hinted at the extent of the pandemic's toll on the world's biggest

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Yahoo BusinessApr 06, 2020
U.S. Stock Index Futures Rally on Easing Pandemic Toll
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stock index futures advanced after President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence said they see signs the coronavirus outbreak in the country is beginning to level off or stabilize.Contracts on the S&P 500 rose 3.9% at 8:47 a.m. in London, while futures climbed 4.2% on the Nasdaq 100 Index and added 4% on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The daily toll in some of the world's outbreak epicenters was lower Sunday. New York State fatalities fell for the first time. Italy had the fewest deaths in more than two weeks. France reported the lowest number in five days. Spain's tally fell for a third day in a row.In Europe, the Stoxx 600 Index gained 2.9%, with all the industry groups in the green, led by travel & leisure, autos and industrial goods shares.Investors are assessing the outlook for a reporting season that while still a week away is being eyed urgently by Wall Street for clues on corporate value. Six weeks of coronavirus lockdowns, a plunge in oil and an evaporation of consumer demand globally have thrown analyst estimates into chaos and left traders bracing for extreme swings.Volatility has gripped financial markets for six weeks as the response to the virus shutters large regions of the global economy. Futures have reached limits that restrict losses or gains."We are going to see more volatility and we're going to see it until we have a clear vision on what's going to happen with the coronavirus," said Peter Mallouk, president of Creative Planning, which manages about $45 billio

NYTimes BusinessApr 06, 2020
Stock Markets Surge in Europe and Asia: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

MarketWatchApr 06, 2020
Europe Markets: European stocks rally on data showing slowing growth in coronavirus spread
European stocks climbed in early action Monday on tentative signs the spread of coronavirus is slowing.

MarketWatch Breaking NewsApr 06, 2020
European stocks jump at start on slowing rate of new virus cases and deaths
European stocks jump at start on slowing rate of new virus cases and deaths

MarketWatch MarketPulseApr 06, 2020
Rolls-Royce scraps dividend and withdraws financial guidance
U.K. engine maker Roll- Royce said it is no longer recommending a final shareholder payment of 7.1 pence per share, which will save it £137 million, and that is withdrawing its financial guidance for the year. In its civil aerospace unit, widebody flying hours fell by approximately 25% in the first quarter, fell approximately 50% in March, with an expected further deterioration in April and beyond. Rolls-Royce said it's reduced the number of aircraft on the ground related to the technical issues on the Trent 1000 engines to the "mid-20s" and that it expects to reduce this to single-digits by the end of the second quarter. Rolls Royce said its current gross cash balance is £5.2 billion and it has secured an additional £1.5 billion revolving credit facility commitment with a consortium of banks.

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