With trade talks resuming in Washington today and Trump meeting with the Chinese chief negotiator, He, optimism still persists that a trade deal is near. Markets though are drifting, the Hang Seng lower by 155 points and the Nikkei225 effectively
Asian markets are closing either at or very close to seven month highs as comments from Larry Kudlow fanned optimism that a trade deal was close. Kudlow stated that progress was being made in the trade talks and markets have
Asian markets paused after strong gains on their own markets yesterday and a 329 point gain on Wall Street. Manufacturing data in both China and the United States yesterday was very positive, suggesting that concerns over the global economy may
Asian markets are trading higher on the last trading day of March as trade talks resume between China and the US resume in Beijing. Currently the Hang Seng is 270 points higher whilst the Nikkei225 has added 170 points.
Asian markets have moved higher overnight after strong gains of 211 points on wall Street on Friday. This was aided by some upbeat economic data coming out of China where there was much better than expected China Manufacturing data pushing
Asian markets are mostly lower in overnight trading as fears of a looming recession continue to cause concern. The bond yield in the United States remains inverted adding to the worry that declines in global economic growth are increasingly having
Contrasting fortunes for Asianmarkets overnight as the Hang Seng gained 0.4% but the Nikkei225 fell 0.2%. This followed a broad based rally in US stocks yesterday after a strong start petered out by the close of business.
Hopesof a soft
Shares fell heavily in Asian trading hours after a broad sell off on Wall Street on Friday. On Friday, the yield curve inverted – a key indicator of an upcoming recession in the US. With weak economic data compounding this
Technology and Auto stocks are leading gains this morning as equity markets advance after solid gains on Wall Street yesterday.
Asian markets posted modest gains of 41points on the Hang Seng and 18 points on the Nikkei225. The FTSE is
Shares in Asia rose on Thursday morning as the FED continued with its accommodative stance to the markets. Concerns over the US/Chinese trade deal still linger though and a more obvious threat is the continuing global economic slowdown that is