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Global Markets Are Mixed, Oil Is Weak amid Supply ConcernsEconomic calendar 8:30 AM EST: US core durable goods orders (April) 9:15 AM EST: European Central Bank Coeure speaks 9:20 AM EST: Bank of England governor Carney speaks 9:20 AM EST: US Fed chair Powell speaks 10:00 AM EST: US Michigan Consumer Expectations (May) 10:00 AM EST: US Michigan Consumer Sentiment (May) 11:45 AM EST: US FOMC member Bostic speaks 11:45 AM EST: US FOMC member Kaplan speaks 1:00 PM EST: US Baker Hughes oil rig count 3:20 PM EST: German Bundesbank president Weidmann speaks
The Spanish 10-year government bond yield rose as high as 1.52 per cent before easing back to 1.45 per cent, still up 6 basis points on the day. The equivalent yield in Rome climbed a further 5bp to 2.45 per cent, after earlier hitting 2.55 per cent. Banking stocks were hit hard in both countries as the FTSE MIB index in Milan shed 1.5 per cent and Spain’s Ibex 35 fell 1.8 per cent — compared with a 0.7 per cent rise for the Xetra Dax in Frankfurt.
Oil stocks moved lower in Asia-Pacific trading on Friday amid worries that Opec-led output curbs may be partially unwound. Cnooc, the Hong Kong-listed Chinese oil giant, was down 2.9 per cent while the ...
Asian markets were mixed in cautious early trading Friday, after President Donald Trump canceled his upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Asia-Pacific equities were mostly lower on Friday following a rough day for Wall Street after US President Donald Trump called off a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un planned for June 12 in ...
Global Markets Are Impacted by US Auto Tariff Threats on May 24Economic calendar 7:30 AM EST: ECB’s policy meeting summary 8:30 AM EST: US initial jobless claims 10:00 AM EST: US existing home sales (April) 10:30 AM EST: FOMC member Bostic speaks 1:00 PM EST: Bank of England governor Carney speaks 2:00 PM EST: FOMC member Harker speaks 7:30 PM EST: Japan’s Tokyo core consumer price index (May)
President Donald Trump has cancelled a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after a week when both sides fell back into the kind of rhetorical brinkmanship that had previously raised fears of military ...
Global Markets: Increased Caution, Trump Brings UncertaintyEconomic calendar 9:45 AM EST: US manufacturing PMI (purchasing managers’ index) (May) 9:45 AM EST: US Markit composite PMI 9:45 AM EST: US services PMI (May) 10:00 AM EST: US new home sales (April) 10:30 AM EST: US crude oil inventories 2:00 PM EST: US FOMC meeting minutes 2:15 PM EST: FOMC member Kashkari speaks China
Japan’s Nikkei slumped more than 1% in early trading Wednesday, as Asian stock markets pulled back following new uncertainty about trade tensions between the U.S. and China and the possibility that the ...
, deemed as broadly “dovish” by analysts, showed that policymakers remained optimistic about the US economic outlook and were increasingly confident that the 2 per cent inflation target would soon be reached. Earlier in the day, it had touched TL4.9221, according to Reuters data.
The Japanese yen and the Swiss franc moved higher on Wednesday amid a ratcheting up in tensions between Donald Trump and China over trade and North Korea. The Swiss franc was 0.2 per cent stronger at SFr0.9905 against the dollar, near its best in May, and it has jumped against the euro, which has fallen 0.6 per cent on Wednesday to SFr1.1614.
It’s a busy day in the markets, with geo-political risk gripping ahead of a busy economic calendar, Eurozone and U.S PMI numbers, UK Inflation figures and the FOMC monetary policy meeting minutes all due out today.
Asia-Pacific stocks tracked Wall Street lower on Wednesday as concerns over US-China trade lingered. Donald Trump tempered expectations on Tuesday, saying that the US was still discussing “various deals” ...
Stocks jumped at Tuesday's starting bell as automakers and chipmakers notched early gains, and retail names posted mixed moves on earnings news.
Global Markets Are Mixed on May 22, Commodities Move HigherEconomic calendar 6:00 AM EST: UK CBI industrial trends orders (May) 10:00 AM EST: US Richmond Manufacturing Index (May) 10:00 AM EST: US Richmond Services Index (May) 4:30 PM EST: US API weekly crude oil stock 8:30 PM EST: Japan’s manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (May)
A quiet day on the economic data front leaves the markets to consider what lies ahead, while BoE Governor Carney could catch the markets napping this morning should he deliver a surprise on the policy front.
Global Risk Appetite Improved, Trade War Concerns EasedEconomic calendar 8:30 AM EST: US Chicago Fed National Activity (April) 12:15 PM EST: US FOMC member Bostic speaks 2:05 PM EST: US FOMC member Harker speaks 5:30 PM EST: US FOMC member Kashkari speaks
Asian markets gained in early trading Monday, after fears of a trade war between the U.S. and China receded following weekend developments.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Fox News on Sunday that talks had led to a "hold" on the current trade dispute between the world's largest economies, even if no specific agreement had been reached over the multi-day talks in the U.S. capital.
The Dollar’s on the move early, with weekend updates on trade talks with China supporting risk appetite through the early part of the morning. A lack of stats through the day will keep focus on the FED and the Oval Office.
Despite a choppy week of trading and a mixed finish for U.S. stocks, the market extended its recent streak of relative calm Friday.
Global Markets Are Mixed, Firm Dollar Weighs on CommoditiesEconomic calendar 9:15 AM EST: FOMC member Brainard speaks 9:15 AM EST: FOMC member Kaplan speaks 1:00 PM EST: Baker Hughes’s oil rig count
Global stock markets were mixed on Friday as U.S. and Chinese officials held a new round of talks seeking to avert a trade war between the world's two largest economies. ASIA'S DAY: Asian stock markets finished mostly higher.
Friday 22.30 BST Italian assets were back under pressure on Friday with banks leading the FTSE MIB’s decline after the first detailed reports on the coalition government agreement between the country’s ...
Neil Shah of Counterpoint Research says Lenovo needs to move away from its reliance on personal computers and smartphones.