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Investors looked ahead to monthly U.S. jobs data due out Friday, which are expected to be a factor in the Federal Reserve’s decision this month on interest rates. The markets expect a solid 165,000 increase in non-farm payrolls.
ASIA MARKETS Asia Pacific stocks fell Tuesday, on the heels of a 2% drop at the start of the week for U.S. markets. Many indexes bounced off opening lows in early trading, with Japan’s Nikkei cutting its early losses by two-thirds as the trading day ramped up.
Stocks close lower Wednesday, following a press conference by Fed Chair Jerome Powell, during which he played down the significance of falling inflation rates
Our call of the day, from the founder of Loup Ventures, Gene Munster, cautions investors against underestimating Apple’s ability to pull off future earnings success.
Australian stocks rose, New Zealand equities fell Wednesday, with those two markets among the only major Asia-Pacific indexes open on a day that was a public holiday in most countries.