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Asian indices tumbled amid accusations between China and United States

06:41 am 2018-12-18

 Asian stocks fell on Tuesday after Washington and Beijing accused each other of bad trade practices at the World Trade Organization. A US official described China's trade policies as "trade" and "unfair", while the Chinese envoy claimed that the United States had enabled trade protectionism under the guise of national security. Nissan is an independent governance committee Nissan Motor declined a request from Renault CEO Thierry Bolor to hold a meeting of extraordinary shareholders after the arrest of deposed President Carlos Ghosn. Instead, an independent…More

European stocks open lower ahead of European inflation data

09:13 am 2018-12-17

 Major markets in Europe posted losses in early trading as investors continued to focus on progress in US-China trade talks. Last Friday, US President Donald Trump indicated that a comprehensive trade agreement between the two economic powers could be reached very soon. On the economic data, investors will keep their eyes on the trade balance and Eurozone inflation data to be released later in the session. Disability follows the French budget PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Eduard Philippe said on Sunday that the…More

Asian stocks fluctuated at the beginning of weekly trading

07:19 am 2018-12-17

 Asian markets traded mixed on Monday after major US indexes ended last week with heavy losses. BMW and Tesla decided to cut their prices to the Chinese market after Beijing announced it would cut tariffs on US cars for three months. Meanwhile, a report said Renault had requested a meeting of Nissan Motors shareholders on the arrest of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn. North Korea warns of recent US sanctions On the economic front, the North's foreign affairs ministry said on Sunday…More

European shares opened lower after the first session of the quantitative easing program

08:51 am 2018-12-14

Stocks in Europe opened lower on the ECB's decision, uncertainty about Britain's break-out as European markets were in the red zone after the opening bell on Friday as traders digested the announcement from the ECB that it would end its asset purchase program. In the UK, Prime Minister Teresa Mae has failed to secure guarantees on Northern Ireland support, as European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker expressed doubt about any deal being made by the British Parliament. On the data front, investors are likely to follow the PMI data…More

Stock markets in Asia tumbled after Trump comments

07:21 am 2018-12-14

 Stock markets in East Asia and Australia fell on Friday as trade negotiations between China and the United States continued. US President Donald Trump once again threatened Beijing with tariffs if trade talks fail. White House trade adviser Peter Navarro alleged that Chinese authorities had arrested Canadian nationals in a "reciprocal" move after the operations manager of Huawei Ming Wanzhou in Vancouver was arrested. Meanwhile, the media reported that China plans to buy more soybeans from the United States. On the data front, China's National…More

European stocks rise after May overturns vote of no confidence

08:41 am 2018-12-13

  Markets opened European stocks in the green zone in early trading on Thursday as the Chinese government announced it was considering changes to the China-made economic development plan in 2025 in an effort to ease trade ties with the United States. Meanwhile, in the UK, British Prime Minister Teresa Mae overtook the vote of no-confidence in parliament by a huge margin, with 200 votes in favor. Later in the day, traders also expect the ECB's decision on interest rates. Germany's consumer index rose by 2.2%More

Core consumer price growth in the United States rises to 2.2 percent

02:04 pm 2018-12-12

  The US Labor Department said on Wednesday it did not measure any change in consumer prices last month, compared to a 0.3 percent increase from October. The annualized increase was 2.2% in unadjusted terms and a 0.3 percentage point slowdown from the previous report. On the other hand, the index progresses at the same rate when changes in food and energy are stripped, indicating the underlying strength. From month to month, the base gauge added 0.2%. The Federal Reserve, which is due to issue a monetary policy statement next…More

European stocks rise and confidence vote in Vrtsa and the UK

10:20 am 2018-12-12

   European stocks were green in early trade on Wednesday as US President Donald Trump said he was optimistic about the chances of a trade deal with China. The world's second-largest economy has said it will cut tariffs on imported American cars from 40 to 15 percent. Meanwhile, political unrest in the UK continued when Prime Minister Theresa May faced a no-confidence vote. A group of the BRICsites group in the European Research Group (ERG) met with 48 votes needed to launch the vote. . May leadership…More

Asian stocks rise after Trump positive comments

06:30 am 2018-12-12

 Asian markets fell in the Green Zone on Wednesday after US President Donald Trump hinted at another meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss trade. "Maybe we'll have another meeting, maybe a VIP meeting on both sides, if that's necessary, I'll have another meeting with President Shi, whom I like very much and I agree with very well," Trump said. Tokyo promotes supervision of large data In another statement, the Japanese government plans to set up a supervisory body to look into the practices…More

European stocks rise and focus on the Brexit

08:46 am 2018-12-11

European stocks traded in positive territory shortly after the opening bell on Tuesday as investors focused their attention on recent events surrounding the UK's departure from the European Union. After the parliament's vote on Britain's withdrawal from the EU, which was likely to fail, was postponed, British Prime Minister Teresa Mae will go to Europe today in an attempt to try to get more concessions from EU leaders, The Irish. the condition. However, Brussels has already stressed that the agreement agreed in November will not be negotiated.…More

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