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Investing.com - Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Wednesday as U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed he would be meeting his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping next week to discuss trade-related issues.
Asian markets mostly gained in muted early trading Tuesday, as investors awaited key central bank meetings later this week.
Asian shares were mostly higher Monday amid a wait-and-see attitude about the direction of interest rates and the trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
To avoid tariffs in the US-China trade war, some Chinese companies have moved production facilities and other operations to the U.S., not just Southeast Asia.
Chinese workers are protesting at a significant rate, despite government repression, research shows.
Asian markets were mostly lower Friday as investors weighed up fresh data showing weakness in China, plus geopolitical jitters.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Friday. Chinese stocks rose ahead of the release of the latest industrial production and retail sales data.
ASIA MARKETS Asian markets mostly fell Thursday, following losses on Wall Street and turmoil in Hong Kong. Stocks initially fell sharply in Hong Kong after protesters and police clashed throughout the previous day and night.
Investing.com - Asian markets slid in morning trade on Thursday as Hong Kong stocks slumped amid violent clashes between protesters and police over a controversial extradition bill.
Asian markets mostly fell Wednesday, led by Hong Kong amid mass protests over a proposed extradition bill and after the Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped a six-session winning streak.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade, with the Hang Seng Index lower as Hong Kong braces for unprecedented strikes over an extradition bill.
Our call of the day, from Saxo Bank’s head of commodity strategy Ole Hansen, cautions investors against getting too excited over this haven asset again too soon.
Last week, tariffs on Mexico increased the chances the Fed would cut rates. Investors obviously like that. So, stocks rallied. This week, Trump backs off those tariffs. Investors apparently like that, too. Stocks again are rallying. What’s going on?
Investing.com - Asian markets rose in morning trade on Monday, with Chinese stocks gaining about 1% following the release of better-than-expected trade data for May.
Our call of the day, from Yves Lamoureux, president of macroeconomic research firm Lamoureux & Co., sees another big top coming for the Dow industrials, and says investors have roughly two years to hop on board.
Asian markets were mixed in early trading Thursday as investors weighed pessimism over global trade tensions against optimism that the Federal Reserve would cut interest rates.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Thursday, with Chinese stocks underperforming after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it expected China’s growth to slow next year due to a worsening trade relationship with the U.S.
ASIA MARKETS Asian markets advanced in early trading Wednesday following strong gains on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) , S&P 500 (SPX) and Nasdaq Composite (COMP) all rose more than 2% on Tuesday, spurred by comments by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that left the door open to an interest-rate cut.
Our call of the day comes from billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller, who is convinced the Fed is going to cut rates, maybe even to zero, and says he has been buying Treasury bonds and these select tech stocks.
Asian markets mostly retreated Tuesday, as global trade tensions continued and suggestions of a Federal Reserve interest-rate cut percolated.