|Day's Range||10,893.73 - 10,963.95|
|52 Week Range||10,189.04 - 11,270.18|
Most Asian stocks ended lower Thursday. Early gains inspired by U.S. markets, where stocks got a boost from a Federal Reserve report that painted a rosy picture of the U.S. economy, faded.
Investors dismiss China’s latest central bank cut to reserve requirementsBloomberg NewsPeople walk up a flight of stairs as a Chinese flag is displayed at a border crossing facility in the Sha Tou Jiao Port of Shenzhen, China.
Asian markets gained in early trading Monday, after fears of a trade war between the U.S. and China receded following weekend developments.
Asia-Pacific stocks fell in early trading Thursday, following the decline in the U.S. after the Federal Reserve reiterated plans to continue raising rates gradually amid firming inflation.
There’s little room left for further gains in Taiwan equities this year as central banks tighten, according to a survey.
Asian stocks advanced for a second day after data showed the economic resilience of U.S. and China, outweighing the Trump administration’s mixed signals on North Korea’s latest missile provocation.
Asian stocks reversed earlier gains as investors continued to take risks off the table even as American officials tried to ease concerns amid an escalation in tensions between the U.S. and North Korea....