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US markets open higher amid rising US trade deficit

02:53 pm 2019-02-27

   Financial markets in the United States opened in red amid uncertain results of the ongoing US-North Korean summit in Hanoi. President Donald Trump said before the official meeting that North Korea had "enormous" economic potential and that the United States "can not wait" to help unleash it. US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will continue his testimony on the economic outlook for the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. The US trade deficit widens to $ 79.5 billion in December…More

European stocks fall in early trading

10:07 am 2019-02-27

  European markets retreated earlier in the session on Wednesday. US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrived in Hanoi for their second summit on nuclear disarmament on the Korean Peninsula. The two-day summit will begin with one meeting between the two leaders in the Vietnamese capital later in the day. The two leaders will meet a single person for 20 minutes in a hotel for the meeting, confirming previous expectations. The special meeting will be followed by a social dinner that…More

Asian stock markets diverge ahead of Trump Kim meeting

07:32 am 2019-02-27

Asian markets closed mixed on Wednesday ahead of a second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Vietnam. Preparations for the event began with the announcement by Boeing that two Vietnamese airlines will purchase aircraft worth a total of $ 15.6 billion. However, continued tensions between India and Pakistan, which saw the fall of two Indian planes shot down by Pakistani troops, helped ease optimism ahead of the leaders' historic second meeting. Seoul: Any progress at…More

Wall Street reopens ahead of Powell testimony

02:47 pm 2019-02-26

 Wall Street opened losses on Tuesday ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. Meanwhile, Home Depot reported a 37.5% rise in earnings per share in the fourth quarter of 2018. Investors are also closely watching the development of trade talks with China after US President Donald Trump said yesterday that the trade deal is taking place. advanced ". US Housing Price Index at 0.3% in December Housing prices in the United States…More

European markets fall in early trade

08:59 am 2019-02-26

  Stock markets across Europe fell on Tuesday in early trade as the British government is considering various options for Britain to exit the European Union. Prime Minister Teresa May is reportedly considering delaying the UK's departure from the EU if parliament fails to approve its agreement on March 12. In addition, Labor leader Jeremy Corbin has opposed opposition to a second referendum on Britain's exit from the European Union.  Meanwhile, investors are looking for news on a possible trade deal between China and the United…More

Asia-Pacific markets are falling despite optimism of trade talks

07:24 am 2019-02-26

Markets in the Asia-Pacific region fell on Tuesday as investors were wary of the outcome of the Beijing-Washington trade talks. Earlier media reports said part of the Chinese delegation was staying in Washington to continue trade negotiations between the United States and China at the expert level. On the business front, Nikkei Asian Review reported that Japan's Fair Trade Commission may launch an investigation into Japan's loyalty program in Japan. Meanwhile, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda told lawmakers today that the bank's holdings of…More

Wall Street opened higher after Trump delayed China tariffs

03:21 pm 2019-02-25

US stocks opened on Monday after gains from US President Donald Trump's decision to halt the March 1 deadline for Washington to impose an additional tariff on Chinese imports. In addition, Trump said a trade agreement between the two countries was within reach "on the assumption that the two sides were making further progress." He also announced a possible summit with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Mar-Lago to conclude an agreement. US wholesale inventories rose 1.1% in December US wholesale inventories…More

European markets open higher in green amid trade optimism

10:15 am 2019-02-25

 European stock markets maintained gains after the opening bell as doubts about global trade faltered. US President Donald Trump has announced that he will delay the lifting of tariffs on Chinese goods in light of the "significant progress" made in the Washington-Beijing talks. Meanwhile, political uncertainty over Britain's exit from the EU remains on the horizon amid reports of possible unrest in the UK government and an extension of the deadline for Britain's withdrawal from the EU. Roth: Convinced of US and EU access to…More

Asian stocks close higher in Asian stocks

07:34 am 2019-02-25

Asian markets mostly traded green on Monday as US President Donald Trump announced he would extend the deadline for US-China trade talks previously set for March 1. Meanwhile, investors are also waiting for the start of the second summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The two countries could declare an official end to the Korean War at the summit, which ended in 1953 with a truce only, not a peace treaty.   North Korea and the United States may announce the end…More

US stock market opens higher on the trade negotiations

03:00 pm 2019-02-22

 US stock exchanges traded, awaiting positive news on the trade talks. Earlier, it was reported that Washington and Beijing would reach a trade agreement by the end of the week. Where Chinese Vice Premier Liu Ho is scheduled to meet US President Donald Trump later in the day. At the same time, investors will draw attention to the expected media appearance by Fed representatives Williams, Clarida and Quarles, scheduled for later today. Market watchers were also prepared to use data from the latest earnings…More

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