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
After conflicting reports from the Wall Street Journal and then Bloomberg on the current status of trade talks between the US and China sent the DOW racing 200 points higher to then fall back and close 26 points lower on
After a decent day of gains on Monday, Asian markets finished slightly lower, the Nikkei225 by 38 points and the Hang Seng currently sitting with losses of 67 points. Markets are waiting for further indications on monetary policy from two
With the DOW finishes just 7 points higher yesterday, the Asian markets reverted to type and posted gains on renewed hopes of movement on the US/Chinese trade deal. Both the Nikkei225 and Hang Seng closed slightly over 160 points higher.
Asian markets are little changed overnight as Global equity indices look set to drift this morning. The FTSE is called two points higher whilst the DAX is currently forecasted to shed 6 points at the opening bell.
The DOW closed
Brexit news provided the impetus for a bumpy ride for the European Indices and Sterling yesterday. A positive stance after news of concessions from the EU was quickly replaced by uncertainty and a swift move lower as legal opinion indicated
Wall Street closed higher after five straight days of losses. This came despite a large sell off in Boeing stock as the airline fell over 9% before closing 5% lower.
Asian markets have followed suit this morning with the Hang
Asian shares are mostly higher this morning but the trade talks continue to serve as a headwind for the markets as no news continues to unnerve the markets.
The stand out performer of the Asian markets was once again the
Continued signs of slow growth around the globe continues to worry the worlds central banks as Mario Draghi added his concerns to every one else’s yesterday. Stimulus will continue in the Eurozone in the shape of cheap loans for the
Asian markets are once again lower this morning as optimism over the trade deal continues to wane. Markets are off their lows in late trading but not sufficient enough to suggest that we are going to see anything other than