|Day's Range||2,878.74 - 2,902.46|
|52 Week Range||2,440.91 - 3,288.45|
Asian markets mostly gained in early trading Friday as U.S. Federal Reserve officials prepare to meet in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Investing.com - Asian markets rose in morning trade on Friday as traders await a much-anticipated speech by U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
ASIA MARKETS Asian stock markets finished mixed Thursday following Wall Street’s rebound as investors looked ahead to a speech by the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman for clues about possible interest rate cuts.
Investing.com - Asian stocks fell in morning trade on Wednesday. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's comment received some attention as he said he expects the Sino-U.S. trade war to end by 2020, but urged Beijing to respect Hong Kong's pro-democracy protestors' rights and the city's autonomy because they are important for a trade deal.
Asian markets were mixed in quiet trading early Tuesday, after China’s central bank announced its new benchmark lending rate.
Asian shares propelled higher Monday as investors embrace move to lower interest rates for companies, along with encouraging signs over trade talks between the U.S. and China
Asian markets were mixed in early trading Friday, after China threatened to retaliate if the Trump administration goes ahead with its latest tariff threats, yet still held out hopes for a trade deal.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Friday as Beijing said the looming U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods are violations of accords reached earlier this year.
Asian shares gained, though were below session highs, Wednesday after the U.S. said it would hold off on tariffs of Chinese imports of mobile phones, toys and several other items typically on holiday shopping lists.
Investing.com - Asian markets fell in morning trade on Tuesday with Hong Kong stocks down more than 1.5% amid continuing political unrest in the city.
Asian markets cautiously rose in early trading Monday, following a volatile week for global markets as U.S.-China trade tensions increased.
Asian markets rose in early trading Thursday, showing no significant reaction after China’s central bank set the yuan’s midpoint at its weakest level since 2008.
U.S. importers have paid $6 billion in tariffs in June, a 74% jump compared to a year ago, according to the latest data by trade groups.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Wednesday as traders digested the latest news on the Sino-U.S. trade front.
Tensions between China and the U.S. began to rise again last week after U.S. President Donald Trump imposed new tariffs on Chinese goods. On Monday, China allowed the yuan to fall to its weakest level in a decade against the dollar and requested that its state-owned companies halt imports of U.S. agricultural products.
Brown Advisory Portfolio Manager of Head of Fixed Income Tom Graff joins Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Bruderman Asset Management Chief Market Strategist Oliver Pursche to discuss.
Investors are looking for stability after one of Wall Street's most volatile weeks. Rebecca Walser, president of Walser Weath Management, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss what to expect, especially after President Trump suggested a planned meeting between U.S. and Chinese officials next month may not happen, the possibility of a recession, and more.
Chinese exports rebounding in July, rising 3.3% compared to last year, reversing a 1.3 percent decline in June. Increased shipments to Europe and Southeast Asia contributed to the uptick, but escalating trade tensions with the U.S. could weigh on those numbers. Former U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke tells Yahoo Finance's Akiko Fujita, "The trade talks are going in the wrong direction. We need everybody to step back, cool off and not impose these additional tariffs and really get back to the bargaining table."