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Asian equities were mixed Friday, capping an up-and-down week during which investors have struggled to stick to a direction even intraday.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mixed in morning trade on Thursday following reports that China delivered a written response to U.S. trade demands. Meanwhile, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May secured backing from her cabinet for a draft Brexit deal, according to reports.
Asian stock markets posted modest losses Wednesday, after oil prices tumbled 7% Tuesday, marking their 12th straight session of losses and weighing on global energy stocks.
Investing.com - Asian equities fell in morning trade on Wednesday, with Australian stocks down more than 1.5%. Reports that top White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow confirmed the U.S. is talking with China again on trade issues were in focus.
ASIA MARKETS Asian stock markets saw volatile trading Tuesday following Monday’s rout, led by tech stocks, on Wall Street. Every sector in Japan’s stock market turned lower as the Nikkei (JP:NIK) dropped more than 2%.
After a soft opening, Asian equities closed broadly higher Monday, although investors remained wary of lingering U.S.-China trade tensions and shaky oil prices.
Investing.com - Asian stocks advanced in afternoon trade on Monday, with Chinese stocks gained more than 1%. Reports that SoftBank Group Corp's domestic telecoms unit received approval to list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Dec. 19 received some focus.
ASIA MARKETS Asian stock markets largely fell on Friday, erasing the week’s gains in Taiwan and Malaysia, while Japan’s Nikkei was barely hanging on to its advance. But the biggest drop was in Hong Kong, where stocks were down more than 2% to extend the week’s losses.
Asian stock markets post strong gains Thursday, tracking Wall Street higher after results of the U.S. midterm elections.
Asian stock markets were mixed in a sloppy session Wednesday, cautiously reacting to U.S. midterm election results that eventually lifted stock futures in early U.S. trading.
After the best week in years for a number of Asian stock markets — following the worst month in years for many — the region’s equities started Monday on a down note amid profit-taking after Friday’s surges.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Monday as U.S.-China trade tension dominated the markets.
Most Asian stock markets jumped Friday, reflecting investor relief about upcoming trade talks between China and the U.S.
After a roller-coaster October, Asian stock markets largely started November with widespread gains with only Japan as the notable exception.
Investing.com - Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Thursday as China’s leaders signalled more stimulus measures are being planned.
Asian stock markets gain Wednesday as Japan held the line on interest rates, and even China marked an advance despite weaker-than-expected manufacturing data.
Chinese stock indexes traded mixed Tuesday, after Wall Street fell sharply amid a report Monday that the U.S. may impose more tariffs against Chinese goods.
Oil futures finish lower on Monday, pressured as losses in the Chinese stock market feed concerns over a potential slowdown in energy demand, even as U.S. sanctions on Iranian oil are expected to tighten global supplies.
Asian stock markets gave up most of an early lead, with investors weighed by worries about U.S.-China trade relations and continued tech-stock weakness on Wall Street.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in afternoon trade on Monday. Australia’s ASX 200 gained 1.1% but Chinese stocks dipped 2% following disappointing earnings from the country's top liquor maker Kweichow Moutai Co Ltd (SS:600519).
China’s economic growth is “a fiction” and the country’s stock-market rout will get worse from here, according to the former head of Hong Kong’s securities regulatory agency.
China’s yuan hits its lowest level since December 2016 during Friday’s Asia session, edging ever closer towards the psychologically important 7 yuan per dollar level that would represent a decade-long low.
Stocks in Asia fell modestly early Friday following a week an up-and-down few days that has left most indexes far in the red for the week. The modest losses came in the face of a recovery in U.S. equity markets Thursday that followed a big selloff Wednesday.