|Day's Range||2,879.69 - 2,927.16|
|52 Week Range||2,440.91 - 3,288.45|
Investing.com - Asian markets traded mostly lower in morning trade on Monday. Chinese stocks fell as a Nasdaq-style new technology board in Shanghai made its debut today.
Asian markets gained in early trading Friday following dovish comments by a top Fed official that raised investors’ hopes of an interest-rate cut.
Investing.com - Asian markets rose on Friday in Asia amid growing expectations for aggressive Federal Reserve easing following dovish comments from New York Federal Reserve President John Williams (NYSE:WMB).
As talks to resume U.S.-China trade negotiations stall, South Korea cuts its interest rate while Japan and Australia post disappointing economic data.
Asian shares were little changed and mixed in quiet trading Tuesday amid a lack of fresh market-moving news as investors looked ahead to earnings season and Wall Street again closed at record highs.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Tuesday. Minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) July policy meeting and the latest developments on the Sino-U.S. trade front were in focus.
President Donald Trump on Monday took credit for a slowdown in the Chinese economy that he says will lead to more favorable trading terms with the world’s second-largest economy.
Asian markets bounced back in early trading Monday, as China posted its weakest quarterly GDP growth in at least 27 years.
Investing.com - China’s second-quarter GDP growth slowed to a 27-year low, data showed on Monday, but the country’s industrial output, retail sales and fixed-asset investment all beat forecasts.
Investing.com - Asian stocks fell in morning trade on Monday after China reported that the country’s GDP growth slowed to the weakest rate in 27 years.
Shares in Asia trade mostly higher Friday after a turbulent day on Wall Street ended with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing above 27,000 for the first time.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mixed in morning trade on Friday amid resurfacing trade tension, while much worse-than-expected Singapore GDP data offered further evidence of the spreading impact of the U.S.-China trade conflict.
Shares rose Thursday in Asia, tracking gains on Wall Street after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell suggested the U.S. central bank is ready to cut interest rates for the first time in a decade.
Investing.com - Asian markets rose in morning trade in Asia after U.S. Federal Reserve Jerome Powell signaled an interest rate cut as soon as this month.
Stocks in Asia were mostly higher Wednesday, but gains were slight in some spots as investors waited for testimony from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.
Investing.com - Growth in China’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) in June was in line with expectations, while the Producer Price Index (PPI) was unchanged from a year earlier.
Investing.com - Asian Markets were mixed in morning trade on Wednesday. Chinese stocks were little changed following the release of the country’s latest inflation data.
Asian shares retreated Tuesday in quiet trading as investors awaited signs of what might be ahead for U.S. interest rates.
Equity-market benchmarks in Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong all declined on Monday after relatively strong U.S. employment data reported Friday tempered hopes the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates later this month.
Investors looked ahead to monthly U.S. jobs data due out Friday, which are expected to be a factor in the Federal Reserve’s decision this month on interest rates. The markets expect a solid 165,000 increase in non-farm payrolls.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mixed in morning trade on Thursday. Trade developments remained in focus as U.S. chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Washington and Beijing “will be scheduling face-to-face meetings” soon.
Asian markets retreated Wednesday, as the afterglow of last weekend’s trade-truce announcement gave way to uncertainty that a deal will actually be made anytime soon.