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US price stocks opened lower as trade tensions continued

02:27 pm 2019-07-02

US stocks opened in the red zone on Tuesday as global trade tensions intensified again. The Office of the US Trade Representative has proposed tariffs on about $ 4 billion of products from the European Union, where both sides have continued their dispute over aircraft support at the World Trade Organization (WTO). In addition, non-OPEC producers agreed to extend production cuts to March 2020 after OPEC confirmed on Monday that it would continue its cuts until the same date.  US…More

European stocks price opened steady in early trading

07:49 am 2019-07-02

Most European markets were quiet early in the session on Tuesday as some trade problems eased somewhat after the G20 summit in Osaka, where China and the United States reached a truce in their long-running trade dispute. US President Donald Trump said earlier that talks between the two countries were under way, but insisted that the future trade deal with Beijing should be "somewhat inclined" for Washington. German retail sales fall 0.6% in May  On the data…More

Asian stocks opened mixed after the US stock market closed flat

01:23 am 2019-07-02

Stocks in Asia mixed in morning trade on Tuesday. At the same time, the Standard & Poor's 500 index hit a record high overnight at Wall Street on the back of a recent stop in rising fees between the US and China. Trump formed teams from the United States and North Korea to work on "long-term problems" - US President Donald Trump has confirmed that the negotiating teams from the United States and…More

Wall Street opened higher amid a US-China trade truce

01:53 pm 2019-07-01

US stocks opened on Monday as trade worries eased and overall trade optimism increased. US President Donald Trump said his administration would not impose an additional tariff on Chinese imports, adding that stalled trade negotiations between the two countries would resume where they left off. Meanwhile, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has reportedly agreed to prolong production cuts for another nine months. OPEC agrees to extend output cuts for 9 months …More

European stocks rise at the opening due to the US dollar

08:30 am 2019-07-01

 European major stock markets rallied shortly after the start of the first session of the week. Driven by the renewal of trade negotiations between the United States and China, in addition to the signing of a deal between the European Union and the commercial bloc in South America Mercosur. In the business news, Arcelor Mittal has completed the sale of several steel plants to the Liberty Mania Group. Trump confirms the suspension of additional Chinese…More

Asian stocks rise on Monday after easing US-China tensions

01:24 am 2019-07-01

Most Asian and Pacific markets rose in morning trade on Monday after US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to suspend additional fees in an attempt to restart trade talks. China's Composite Purchasing Managers Index drops to 53 in June China's Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) fell from 53.3 in May to 53 in June, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Sunday. The Industrial PMI did not change in June compared to the…More

Wall Street opens in the Green Zone ahead of the Trump XI meeting

01:47 pm 2019-06-28

Wall Street stocks traded higher shortly after the opening bell on Friday in anticipation of easing global trade tensions amid the ongoing G20 summit in Osaka. US President Donald Trump said Thursday that Chinese President Xi Jinping is not counting on delaying additional tariffs on Chinese imports before their meeting. Earlier data showed that personal spending in the US rose 0.4% in May, while Federal Reserve Chairman Robert Kaplan said he could not support interest rate cuts…More

Share prices in Europe rise as the G20 summit begins in Japan

08:01 am 2019-06-28

European stocks opened in the green zone on the last day of the week as the G20 summit in Japan began. US President Donald Trump said earlier in the day that his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, would not delay further tariffs on Chinese imports for six months. Trump denies that Shi promised to postpone the new tariffs US President Donald Trump said on Friday he had made no promises to Chinese President Xi Jinping…More

Shares in Asia fell ahead of the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan

12:59 am 2019-06-28

Stocks in Asia and the Pacific fell in morning trade on Friday as investors awaited the start of the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, where US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet amid a continuing trade crisis. Industrial production in Japan fell 1.8% in May on an annualized basis On the data front, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said in its preliminary report that Japanese industrial…More

US stocks rise after Initial jobless claims and US GDP results

01:52 pm 2019-06-27

US stocks opened unchanged on Thursday ahead of the G20 summit in Japan, which is due to begin tomorrow. Earlier in the day, China's Ministry of Commerce denied a preliminary trade agreement between Washington and Beijing after reports that a truce had been reached in the trade dispute between the world's two largest economies. Initial jobless claims in the United States reach 10,000 to 227,000 US jobless claims for the week ending June 22 increased by…More

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