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Asian stocks traded lower in early weekly trading

06:50 am 2018-10-15

Asia's major stock markets started trading in the red zone after selling last week. Wall Street fell sharply, but rose slightly over the weekend. The United States on Friday launched an anti-dumping investigation into China's mineral products. In the meantime, Beijing said it would not participate in reducing the value of competition or using the exchange rate to combat current trade frictions. Japan's industrial production rose 0.7% in August Japan's industrial production rose 0.6 percent in August from the same month in 2017, the country's Ministry of Economy, Trade and…More

US markets rebounded sharply after correction

02:00 pm 2018-10-12

  Stocks jumped on Wall Street at the opening bell on Friday, recovering from sharp declines in the previous two days, as investors' fears of raising interest rates eased. The Dow lost more than 1,300 points, two days after yesterday's close. Prior to the bell, major banks, such as Wells Fargo, JP Morgan and Citigroup, posted better results than expected earnings. US import prices rebound more than expected in September On the data front and in light of the sharp rebound in fuel prices, the Department…More

European stocks rise and Euro zone industrial output rises

09:17 am 2018-10-12

 European equity markets opened gains on Friday, breaching the short-lived downtrend that has surged from Wall Street selling. British Finance Minister Philip Hammond said earlier in the day he was more optimistic about Britain's exit negotiations with the EU than it was two weeks ago. But he said it would be "very ambitious" to expect an agreement after the EU summit in Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday next week. Euro zone industrial output rose by 1% in August Seasonally adjusted industrial output…More

Asia is trading is mixed as Wall Street continues to sell

06:41 am 2018-10-12

  Asian stocks traded mixed on Friday after another day of selling in the US and Europe. The Dow fell more than 500 points or more from 1,300 points in two days. "China's response to Washington's requests for trade is" unsatisfactory "and has accused it of violating trade law and stealing technology from the United States, said Larry Kudlo, director of the US National Economic Council. Meanwhile, a report claimed that US President Donald Trump would meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in late November. The United States has also…More

The Dow Jones is down more than 100 points and the US jobless claims rise

02:03 pm 2018-10-11

US equity markets fell more modestly on Thursday than yesterday, as technology stocks tumbled the worst selling streak since February. Investors have been wary of higher interest rates due to multi-year revenue records. The Dow lost more than 941 points from its highest level on Tuesday. The Nasdaq 100 rose more than 327 points, closing down 4.44%. Where the S & P 500 index fell 3.29%. At the same time, the seasonally adjusted US CPI showed an annualized increase of 2.3% for September, down 0.4 percentage…More

Stocks in Europe are opening large losses to join global selling

08:53 am 2018-10-11

 European stocks opened trading on Thursday with big losses on the day after US markets suffered the worst selling since February, as the Dow closed more than 800 points at closing yesterday, while the Nasdaq 100 and the S & P 500 fell more than 4% and 3%, respectively. Wall Street's heavy losses were supported by a sharp drop in technology and fear of higher interest rates in the United States. Trump fed the federal In the meantime, US President Donald Trump…More

Asian stocks drop, Hong Kong lost more than 3%

06:22 am 2018-10-11

  Asian markets tumbled Thursday, with indexes in Tokyo, Shenzhen and Hong Kong falling more than 3% after selling on Wall Street. Most sectors fell lower, following the Dow Jones which fell 832 points while US Treasury yields peaked at several-year highs. Trump: South Korea will not do anything without US approval US President Donald Trump has ruled out the possibility of South Korea lifting sanctions against its neighbor, North Korea, without US approval, Yonhap News Agency reported. South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wa…More

Wall Street opened lower as yields on US bonds rose to a 11 year high

01:44 pm 2018-10-10

 Markets opened in the US in the red zone on Wednesday as interest rates continued to rise, with the yield on two-year Treasuries rising to the highest level since 2007. On the data front, figures released before the bell showed that US producer prices rose 0.2% in September. Investors also look to the latest developments in Trump's administration after the resignation of US Ambassador to the United Nations Nicky Halley. Hurricane Michael is rising from heavy rain on the Florida coast Hurricane Michael gained strength…More

European stocks open steady and wait for the brexit and the decline of Italian bonds

09:29 am 2018-10-10

  European stock markets started trading flat on Wednesday as investors continued to focus on the continuing confrontation between Italy and the EU over the country's 2019 budget. Italian Parliament speaker Robert Fico urged calm in the negotiations, while Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salveni said the government would not give up Brussels demands. Meanwhile, after a report on the expected Brexit deal was announced next week, the British Union's Minister of Finance expressed confidence that London would reach an agreement with Brussels on withdrawal from the bloc…More

Asian markets are mostly falling due to continuing trade tensions

06:17 am 2018-10-10

 Stocks in East Asia were trading lower on Wednesday after Chinese officials said Beijing would not use the yuan as a weapon in the ongoing trade war with the United States, the statement came in response to a senior US Treasury official who was not named. The claim that China relies on the devaluation of its currency to disrupt the macroeconomic and trading system.  Sony plans a Tablet PC that connects to multiple devices Sony has announced that it is abandoning its PlayStation 4. "President…More

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