A number of well known analysts are predicting a dark period for the stock markets, drawing similarities to declines in 1998. There will be two schools of thoughts though, the analysts and those who take the contrarian view when the
Asian markets are again following US markets lower as the Hang Seng and Nikkei225 currently see losses of 128 and 83 points respectively.
The DOW was down 409 points intra-day but rallied late into the close to finish 221 points
After spending much of the day in positive territory, all the major US markets headed into the red in late trading as trade fears continue to dominate. From a month ago with a deal looking likely, we are once again
Fears of an extended trade war between the United States and China have sent global markets skidding. Asian stocks have fallen to a four month low and oil plunged yesterday on fears that the trade dispute was more likely to
Asian markets are closing thursday’s Trading session lower, accelerating slightly into the close. The Hang Seng has currently lost 416 points whilst the Nikkei225 has shed a 162 points.
Opening calls for the FTSE and DAX are following suit showing
Overnight we have seen modest gains in Asian stock markets with the Hang Seng up 50 points and the Nikkei225 a little over 30points higher. A lessening of the restrictions on Huawei seems the main catalyst for the moves with
Asian markets are again mixed this morning as the potential fallout from the Hussein situation continues to unnerve the markets. The Hang Seng has risen 20 points at the time of writing whilst the Nikkei225 has fallen 40 points.
A certain amount deja-by. Mixed returns in Asia with the Hang Seng 216 points whilst the Nikkei225 is 230 points higher.
Strong earnings and economic data lifted the DOW 214 points yesterday but gains are being capped by the ongoing
Asian markets are headed to the close in mixed fashion, the Hang Seng has gained 68 points whilst the Nikkei225 has lost ground to the tune of 132 points.
The rest of the week is lacking in economic data but
After gains of 207 points on Wall Street yesterday, Asian markets are looking to end the day firmer with the Hang Seng and Nikkei225 up by 209 and 48 points respectively.
Earnings season is concluding and 75.3% of the S+P500