|Day's Range||3,226.81 - 3,274.33|
|52 Week Range||2,440.91 - 3,288.45|
ASIA MARKETS Asian markets were mixed in early trading Thursday, tracking Wall Street’s lackluster trading day. Markets largely shrugged off a report that the U.S. and China may sign a long-negotiated trade deal in late May or early June, as well of claims that North Korea test-fired a new tactical guided weapon, its first such test since November.
Investing.com - Asian markets fell in morning trade on Thursday. Australia’s ASX 200 edge down despite stronger-than-expected jobs data for March.
Our call of the day, from RBC Capital Market’s head of U.S. equity strategy, Lori Calvasina says there may be a little too much euphoria around the S&P 500 right now.
Asian stocks were mixed in a narrow range Wednesday as China announced its economy grew at a 6.4% annual pace in the last quarter.
Investing.com - China’s first quarter GDP, March industrial output and retail sales all came better than expected, official data showed on Wednesday.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Wednesday. Chinese stocks reversed early losses following the release of stronger-than-expected GDP data.
Our call of the day, from a team of UBS strategists, says investors have been too negative when it comes to global growth expectations, and that’s good news for equities.
ASIA MARKETS TOKYO — Shares advanced in Asia on Tuesday, led by a rally in Chinese shares. Upbeat talk from the White House on trade negotiations with Beijing and reassuring comments from the People’s Bank of China appeared to help brighten sentiment.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mixed in morning trade on Tuesday. The Nikkei 225 inched up as Japan and the U.S. began trade talks in Washington.
The U.S. stock market has proven to be an historic juggernaut, and its stellar performance this year only solidifies its reputation. But is it time to diversify overseas? Our call of the day says “yes!”
Asian markets gained in early trading Monday, boosted by encouraging reports of developments in U.S.-China trade talks.
Investing.com - Prices of safe-haven gold slipped on Monday in Asia and traded below the key $1,300 level as the release of stronger-than-expected China trade and credit data on Friday continued to bolster risk appetite.
Investing.com - Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Monday as stronger-than-expected China trade and credit data released on Friday boosted investor sentiment.
U.S. stocks end higher Friday after a series of strong bank earnings, led by JPMorgan, boosted confidence in the U.S. economy while the Dow gained more than 200 points as Walt Disney shares soared.
Liz Young, director of market strategy at BNY Mellon, is a unsettled by how far and fast equities have risen this year, but it’s no time to “head for the hills.”
ASIA MARKETS Asian stock markets finished mostly higher Friday after a mixed Wall Street close on listless trading. Benchmarks in Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul rose. Shanghai and Hong Kong inched up after Chinese trade data.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mixed in morning trade on Friday. The Nikkei 225 rose as officials from Japan prepared to have trade talks with their U.S. counterparts next week.
Our call of the day, from Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, says it’s time for investors to start holding Wall Street responsible for further stock market gains and stop looking to central banks for a rescue.
What’s an investor to do when 10 years into an economic recovery, global economies and markets still need low rates and government “stimulus”? This week, the International Monetary Fund lowered its forecast for global GDP growth for the third time in six months. The pattern is clear: As soon as governments or central banks turn off the monetary spigot or try to return to “normal” policies, markets and economies falter.
Asia stocks traded mixed, but China led the decliners. Investors were pondering the Fed minutes that indicated incoming data could shift the dovish stance seen across the central bank’s members.
Investing.com - Asian equities fell in morning trade on Thursday as traders digested the latest news on the Sino-U.S. trade front and Brexit.
Equity markets were mostly lower on Wednesday as investors await Fed minutes and fret over trade issues and a global growth downgrade by the IMF.
Asian stocks struggled to chart out solid direction, a day after an upbeat session for Wall Street as investors looked trade issues and upcoming corporate earnings season.
Earnings season kicks off this week, but before you get too excited about what the next batch of quarterly results could mean for stocks, you might want to take listen to what DataTrek Research’s Nicholas Colas has to say.