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Most Asian stocks are rising after the Federal Reserve decision

07:40 am 2019-03-21

Most markets in the Asia-Pacific region were trading Thursday's gains as investors digested the Federal Reserve's decision to keep interest rates and focus on the latest developments in US-China trade talks. According to media reports, the world's two largest economies are expected to reach a trade deal by the end of June.  However, US President Donald Trump said that even if an agreement is reached, Washington plans to maintain tariffs on Chinese imports "for a considerable period of time" to ensure that China "lives through…More

Wall Street is down on opening and expectations of US interest rate cuts

02:01 pm 2019-03-20

 Markets opened in the US in the red zone on Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's decision on the interest rate scheduled for later in the day. Market watchers also focused on Brexit's recent developments and absorbed the news that the European Commission imposed a fine of 1.49 billion euros for misuse of its position in the online advertising market. Investors Boost Bets on Fed Rate Cut in 2019 Markets showed a more pessimistic tone on Wednesday ahead of the Fed's planned update…More

European stocks fall due to trade concerns Brexit from the European Union

08:36 am 2019-03-20

  Investors were looking for safety on Wednesday in early trading on European equity markets. With heightened sentiment after being alerted to disputes between the United Kingdom and the European Union over the possibility of extending the deadline for submission on March 29. May asks the European Union to postpone Britain's exit from the European Union British Prime Minister Theresa May will ask the European Union for a "brief delay" in Britain's exit from the European Union in a speech later on Wednesday, Sky News reported…More

Asian markets fell amid speculation about trade talks

07:45 am 2019-03-20

 Most markets fell in the Asia-Pacific region on Wednesday as investors digested signs of progress in US-China trade talks. Former media reports said Beijing and Washington were entering the final stages of negotiations, with official visits to high-ranking officials from both sides expected next week. Xi: Italy and China cooperate at all levels BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing is ready to cooperate with Rome at all levels, Chinese President Xi Jinping was quoted as saying Wednesday in Corriere della Sera ahead of the leader's visit…More

Wall Street rallies ahead of Fed meeting

02:37 pm 2019-03-19

 Markets opened in the US in the Green Zone on Tuesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting for two days. The Fed is due to announce its interest rate decision on Wednesday and is expected to keep interest rates. On the data front, market observers followed factory orders numbers issued shortly after the trading session began. US factory orders up 0.1% in January The US Census Bureau said in a statement on Tuesday that the increase in factory orders…More

European stocks fluctuated ahead of Fed meeting

09:25 am 2019-03-19

 There was little stock movement in early trading on Tuesday on major European stock exchanges. Traders were focusing on the expected monetary policy update tomorrow from the US Federal Reserve, and were also looking for internal information about Britain's exit from the EU. Barclay: The vote on Britain's exit from the European Union is unlikely this week  The third vote on the UK exit deal is unlikely to happen this week after House Speaker John Burko raised the "bar" by warning that he would…More

Asian markets retreat amid UK exit problems from the EU

07:26 am 2019-03-19

 Most Asian markets tumbled on Tuesday as investors failed to overcome reports that Chinese leader Xi Jinping will start a European tour from March 21 to 26, including France, Italy and Monaco. Instead, traders focused on the latest developments in Britain's EU exit episode on Tuesday, as many Conservative members were told to tell British Prime Minister Teresa Mae to make concrete plans for her departure if she was to persuade them to vote for Britain's exit from the EU. US states investigate Kia…More

Wall Street diverged at the beginning of the week

02:38 pm 2019-03-18

 Markets in the US began mixed session on Monday mixed before the decision to raise interest rates this week from the Federal Reserve. While policymakers are widely expected to leave interest rates unchanged, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell could give more details on the central bank's balance sheet. At the same time, Boeing is still under pressure after it has been reported that the Department of Transportation has verified the approval of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on the 737 aircraft manufactured by the troubled aircraft manufacturer.More

European stocks rose with reports on the merger of Germany largest bank

09:17 am 2019-03-18

 European markets posted modest gains in early trade on Monday after German banks confirmed they were in discussions on a possible merger. Meanwhile, investors are still focusing on Britain's exit from the EU, as the government in London is trying to rally support for its deal in Britain's exit from the European Union before the third vote on Tuesday. Yesterday, British Treasury Secretary Philip Hammond said there was still insufficient support for the withdrawal agreement. Deutsche Bank, Coms Bank launch merger talks Deutsche Bank…More

Asian shares rally higher amid Japan data

07:15 am 2019-03-18

 Asian markets rose on Monday as investors watched Japan's trade balance figures for February as they also looked for news about the US-China trade deal as negotiations continued. On Friday, Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said the two sides "made significant progress", but did not specify whether an agreement would be signed and its timing. Japan's imports fell 6.7% year-on-year in February Japan's imports fell 6.7 percent in February from a year earlier, according to provisional data from the country's finance ministry. Exports decreased…More

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