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Asian stocks rise ahead of upcoming Brexit vote

07:26 am 2019-01-15

 Stocks in East Asia rose on Tuesday before the vote on the parliamentary election in Brexit. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said the country will not implement "flood-busting" economic incentives as it achieves its economic goals in 2018. According to the media, the People's Bank of China is likely to open the financial market to Visa and MasterCard. Meanwhile, an economic cooperation and development organization announced a stable economic expansion of China and Japan. Court of Japan rejects the request for release in exchange for…More

Dow Jones falls more than 200 points amid China worries

03:05 pm 2019-01-14

 Wall Street markets started trading in the red zone on Monday amid growing concerns over China's economic slowdown. The world's second-largest economy posted a drop in foreign trade surplus of $ 351.7 billion, the lowest figure since 2013. In the United States, the government's longest-ever closure of its 24th day continued. At the same time, the earnings season with the Citi Group announcement began a 122% annualized diluted earnings per share, while the company's revenue fell 2% from the fourth quarter of 2017. More

Europe is trading lower, focusing on the brix

09:40 am 2019-01-14

 European markets fell on Monday amid concerns over tomorrow's vote in the House of Commons over Britain's withdrawal agreement Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa Mae is expected to say later in her speech to the House of Commons that Parliament is likely to prevent Brixset from allowing London to leave the EU without reaching an agreement. The EU sends a reassuring letter of support to the UK The European Union will issue a series of reassurances on the controversial Irish support clause for the United…More

Asian markets retreat after China trade data

07:23 am 2019-01-14

Asian markets tumbled on Monday as China released its trade figures. According to official data, the country's trade surplus with the United States grew by 17 percent in 2018 compared to the previous year, rising to its highest point since 2006 to $ 323.3 billion. At the same time, the total trade surplus fell to its lowest level since 2013 and reached $ 351.7 billion. Exports increased by 9.9% in 2018 while imports grew by 15.8%. Pompeo: Working on the details of Trump, Peak K More

US markets in the red zone slowed down in the United States

02:45 pm 2019-01-11

  Wall Street stocks started to fall at the opening bell on Friday with no end in sight to close the government. Yesterday, US President Donald Trump canceled his attendance at the World Economic Forum in Davos because of stalemate in talks with Democratic leaders. Meanwhile, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported earlier in the day that seasonally adjusted consumer prices rose 1.9% annually in December. Inflation in the United States slowed to 1.9% in December US consumer prices rose by 1.9…More

European shares open higher despite concerns of bricast

09:19 am 2019-01-11

  European stocks opened in the green zone on Friday as investors follow recent developments regarding the UK's departure from the EU as the "targeted vote" approaches the UK exit package. However, there is still no indication that British MPs will vote for the agreement agreed between Prime Minister Teresa Mae and the European Union last year. On the data front, traders wait for UK GDP and industrial production numbers. On Wednesday, the three-day trade negotiations between Beijing and Washington, which the Chinese Ministry of…More

Asian markets rally as China-US talks continue

08:16 am 2019-01-11

Markets in East Asia and Australia rose mostly on Friday as negotiations between Washington and Beijing continued. Vice President of China Wang Qishan said his country and the United States should use dialogue and consultation "to properly handle and control disputes." Meanwhile, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held a meeting with British Prime Minister Teresa Mae, in which he hailed the progress made in Britain's exit negotiations with the EU. Pentagon moves forward with Syrian withdrawal - report The Wall Street Journal…More

European stocks fall on concerns of the Breixt

10:11 am 2019-01-10

 European shares traded in the red zone in early trading on Thursday where. Investors continued the minutes of the Federal Reserve meeting in the United States, which indicated that the central bank could "be patient" before raising interest rates again. At the European level, traders focused on concerns about the upcoming parliamentary vote on the British withdrawal from the Breixt .. Where the Government of the United Kingdom agreed to accept an amendment stipulating that Parliament would only accept Prime Minister Teresa Mae's deal if the…More

Asian markets diverge after US-China trade meetings

07:22 am 2019-01-10

Asian stocks traded mixed on Thursday after the United States and China ended the first round of trade talks this year The US delegation said that the negotiations sought to achieve "justice, reciprocity and balance" in the relations between the two countries. She said she would report to the White House before taking further steps. The Chinese yuan fell to its lowest level since August 28, falling 1.27% to trade at 6.79110 at 21:21 CET. The yuan on the mainland fell to 0.38% and hit 6.79200 at…More

Stocks in Europe rise on optimism in trade talks

09:39 am 2019-01-09

 Market participants were optimistic about the outlook for the global economy on Wednesday, raising European stocks in early trading. China and the United States, which have caused fear in their trade war and disputes over intellectual property protection, have shown signs of progress in mid-level talks in Beijing. The two sides are said to be drafting a declaration after the end of the expanded round of negotiations. High German trade deficit In terms of data, Germany's goods trade surplus in November grew to…More

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