The dollar was steady in early Asian trading on Monday, holding well above last week's 6-1/2-month lows and taking news of Pyongyang's latest missile test in stride. North Korea fired what appeared to be a short-range ballistic missile on Monday that landed in the sea off its easRead More »
Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Natixis, says she believes Brazil requires a bailout, given the level of public debt and interest rates.
By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks edged up on Monday, taking cues from Wall Street shares hovering around record highs, while the pound nursed losses after a poll showed a shrinking lead for Prime Minister Theresa May's party in Britain's upcoming elections. MSCI's broadest
Risks in Asia are rising, but markets don't seem to notice, says Tony Nash, Complete Intelligence.