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Chinese authorities move to shore up the yuan on Thursday, news reports say, by draining liquidity from the offshore traded currency via restrictions on Chinese banks.
Asian stock markets mostly slip Thursday, though did claw off their worst levels amid reports that China has agreed to take part in trade negotiations with the U.S. later this month, easing fears of an outright trade war.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in afternoon trade on Thursday as Beijing announced plans to resume trade talks with U.S. in an attempt to alleviate tensions between the two countries.
ASIA MARKETS Asian stock markets started lowed Wednesday, even as worries eased over Turkey’s currency crisis. Benchmarks in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China were down about 1%, with tech stocks continuing to sell off.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mostly lower in morning trade on Wednesday as recent worries over Turkey’s currency crisis continued to affect investor sentiment.
Asian stocks were largely higher in early trading Tuesday, a day after widespread regional declines following Turkey’s currency crisis.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in afternoon trade on Tuesday as the Turkish lira crisis began to ripple through other emerging markets. China data were also in focus as the country’s industrial data grew slower than expected.
Investing.com - Asian markets fell in morning trade on Monday as investor sentiment took a hit amid the slump in Turkish lira on geopolitical developments.
Asian stocks started lower Monday as the fallout from Friday’s plunge in Turkish asset prices made its way across the Pacific.
Asian stock markets dropped in early trading Friday, as trade and broader geopolitical concerns continue to weigh on over investor sentiment.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mostly lower on Friday as investors assessed the impact of the latest tit-for-tat in the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Asian stocks markets finish predominately higher Thursday, underscored by big rebounds in China’s stock benchmarks, after muted moves in the U.S. and Europe overnight partly on trade-war jitters. Japan’s Nikkei, however, finished the session with a modest loss, hampered by a further uptick for the yen.
Stumbling Chinese indexes led Asian stock market decliners on Wednesday, with mixed trading seen around the rest of the region.
Asian stock markets end mixed Monday as the early broad gains scored initially on an upbeat U.S. jobs report from Friday faded as trading wore on.
Asian stock indexes were mixed in early trading Friday, with some markets helped by solid gains on Wall Street while others continued to struggle amid fresh U.S.-China trade worries.
Investing.com – Asian stocks continued to fall in morning trade on Thursday amid fresh trade concerns. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve concluded a two-day monetary policy meeting and left interest rate unchanged, as expected.
Asian stocks, after initially holding up Thursday morning following the latest U.S.-China trade developments, started sliding as China’s market opened.
After some initial sluggishness, Asia Pacific stocks generally improved as Wednesday’s trading day progressed. But there were no blowout gains occurring with nearly all rising indexes up no more than 0.5% and many seeing advances of 0.2% of less.
Investing.com – Asian equities were mixed in afternoon trade on Tuesday after China’s official manufacturing Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI) fell more than expected in July. The outcome of the Bank of Japan's two-day policy meeting is expected to be in focus later in the day.
Investing.com – China’s factory activities fell more than expected in July, official data from the statistics bureau showed on Tuesday.
Asian stocks were mixed in early trading Tuesday, as investors awaited a statement from the Bank of Japan’s policy meeting.
Further declines in Chinese and Hong Kong stocks were joined by modest drops in Southeast Asian benchmarks, which barely rose Thursday. Japan gained.
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