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SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian markets were mostly higher on Thursday with narrow trading after news of a fresh round of tariffs by the U.S. on $200 billion in Chinese goods received a muted reaction on Wall Street.
Asian stock markets mostly rose modestly in early trading Thursday, continuing recent gains fueled by investors setting aside trade concerns for now.
Japan's Nikkei share average inched up on Thursday as financial shares extended their rise, although advances were limited as market momentum slowed after several days of big gains. The Nikkei was up 0.23 ...
Asian stocks rose in early trade on Thursday following a second day of gains on global share markets amid easing investor concern over the impact from the U.S.-China trade war, but markets remained cautious. Japan's Nikkei stock index (.N225) was 0.2 percent higher, while Australian shares (.AXJO) eased 0.3 percent. U.S. shares had been boosted by expectations that the impact of the Sino-U.S. trade war would be smaller than feared, with the U.S. fiscal policy package potentially outweighing any negative impact.
Asian stocks rose in early trade on Thursday following a second day of gains on global share markets amid easing investor concern over the impact from the U.S.-China trade war, but markets remained cautious. Japan's Nikkei stock index was 0.2 percent higher, while Australian shares eased 0.3 percent. U.S. shares had been boosted by expectations that the impact of the Sino-U.S. trade war would be smaller than feared, with the U.S. fiscal policy package potentially outweighing any negative impact.
On Wednesday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said his country was currently facing "greater difficulties" in keeping its economy stable. Li, however, insisted that China was comfortable with its economic situation. Following Li's comments, Alibaba Founder and Chairman Jack Ma said his company no longer had plans to bring 1 million jobs to the U.S.
By Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - World stock markets rallied for a second straight day on Wednesday, while safe-haven assets such as U.S. bonds and the Japanese yen slipped to multi-week lows on bets ...
Risk appetite, alongside lingering inflation concerns, lifts 10-year U.S. Treasury yields to a four-month high of 3.07%: data shows China's holdings slip to a seven-month low in July. Crude prices hold gains amid speculation that OPEC members may not increase production in order to offset the impact of sanctions on the sale of Iranian crude. U.S. stocks futures suggest more gains for Wall Street today, with contracts tied to the Dow indicating a 58-point rise at the opening bell.
Asian stocks rose Wednesday, as Japan’s leading index got a boost from added gains for dollar-yen and bond yields, and as Chinese stock markets largely shrugged off new tariffs.
Investing.com - Asian equities extended rally in afternoon trade on Wednesday as markets continued to recover from trade war fears.
Japan's Nikkei extended its gains to near eight-month highs on Wednesday as investors took heart from a strong performance in Wall Street despite lingering trade war concerns, with financial stocks rallying after U.S. yields jumped. The broader Topix also notched a new milestone, rising 1.5 percent to hit more than a three-month high of 1,785.66. While foreign investors have been net sellers of Japanese stocks to the tune of 7.5 trillion yen so far this year, there are some bright spots, analysts said.
Asian stocks rose across the board on Wednesday as expectations that Beijing would implement stimulus to soften the economic blow from the Sino-U.S. trade war helped Chinese shares rally. Spreadbetters expected European stocks to follow Asia's lead and open higher, with Britain's FTSE rising 0.15 percent, Germany's DAX adding 0.2 percent and France's CAC gaining 0.2 percent. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.95 percent.
Investing.com - Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Wednesday as investors shrugged off intensifying U.S.-China trade dispute.
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mostly higher Wednesday, despite jitters over the escalating trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
It’s been a bullish start to the day, in spite of rising trade war tension, the Aussie Dollar leading the way, focus now shifting to UK inflation.
Asian stocks rose across the board and long-term U.S. Treasury yields hovered near four-month highs on Wednesday with investors looking past the latest escalation in the U.S.-China trade feud, seen by some market participants as less severe than expected. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.7 percent. Australian stocks added 0.45 percent, South Korea's KOSPI dipped 0.2 percent and Japan's Nikkei rose 1.5 percent.
Japan's Nikkei extended its gains to near eight-month highs on Wednesday as investors took heart from a strong performance in Wall Street despite lingering trade war concerns, with financial stocks rallying ...
Japan’s Topix index completed its biggest advance over a four-day period since November 2016 while the yen remained near a two-month low against the dollar as investors brushed off concerns of a trade ...
Asia markets mostly rose on Wednesday as investors mostly shrugged off an escalating trade conflict between the U.S. and China. Late Tuesday, China announced that it was imposing tariffs on U.S. goods worth about $60 billion. Beijing's retaliation came after the Trump administration announced that it was slapping 10 percent tariffs on Chinese goods valued at about $200 billion on Sept. 24.
Beijing retaliated by slapping duties on approximately $60 billion of U.S. goods after the Washington imposed tariffs on about $200 billion of Chinese imports.
U.S. equities edged higher and Treasuries declined as investors assessed the latest developments in the varied trade disputes. Grocers dropped on a report that said Amazon Inc. is considering opening as many as 3,000 cashierless stores. Shares of Caterpillar Inc. and The Boeing Co. helped push up the Dow Jones Industrial Average after China said it won’t devalue its currency.
Asian stocks looked set to extend a rally in the wake of the latest salvos in the trade war that look likely to be less intense than many had feared. Treasuries held losses and the dollar remained steady....