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Investing.com - Asian stocks fell in morning trade on Friday after official data showed China’s economy slowed more than expected in the third quarter of 2018.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mostly lower in afternoon trade on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve officials indicated the central bank is staying the course on rate hikes.
Investing.com - Asian markets dipped in morning trade on Thursday after U.S. stocks ended lower after a volatile session. The Treasury Department said in its semi-annual currency report that China did not meet the criteria to be named a currency manipulator.
While we can expect some focus on the FOMC minutes, it’s all about the GBP and the EUR today, the EU Summit putting Brexit and Italy in focus.
Investing.com - Asian equities were mixed in afternoon trade on Tuesday. Official data showed on Tuesday that China's consumer price index (CPI) in September rose 2.5% from a year earlier, in line with economists’ forecasts.
Investing.com - Asian equities rebounded in morning trade on Tuesday, although escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and the U.S. over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi capped gains.
Risk appetite trickles back into the markets early on supporting the commodity currencies, while the Kiwi gets a boost from Q3 inflation numbers.
Brexit jitters hit the Pound, with Italy’s budget delivery to the EU later today weighing on the EUR, as risk aversion returns to the markets.
Looking at it another way, the S&P 500 Index is now down six straight trading sessions. It is also trading below its 200-day moving average for the first time since April. The Dow has lost more than 1300 points in two-days. At one point during the trading session, the NASDAQ Composite was down over 10 percent from its recent top, putting it briefly in correction territory.
The risk off sentiment continued through the early part of the day, with better than expected trade data out of China doing little to settle the markets.
Global markets plunged Thursday, continuing steep losses seen in the previous session, as investors worry about rapidly rising interest rates and an expected slowdown in global growth.
While the ECB monetary policy meeting minutes and Brexit will be eyed, U.S inflation figures could have a far greater influence this afternoon.
Investing.com - Asian equities were mixed in morning trade on Tuesday after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cuts its global economic growth forecasts for 2018 and 2019.
Investing.com - Asian stocks continued to fall in afternoon trade on Monday as China’s markets reopened after a week-long holiday. The People’s Bank of China announced on Sunday that it lowered the required reserve ratio (RRR) for some lenders by 1%, although its impact on local equities seemed to be limited.
Investing.com - Asian stocks fell in morning trade on Monday as China’s markets reopened after a week-long holiday. The People’s Bank of China announced on Sunday that it lowered the required reserve ratio (RRR) for some lenders by 1%.
China service sector activity picks up as the PBoC announces a 4th cut in the RRR, while the Greenback sees more upside early on.
Investing.com - Asian stocks continued to slide in morning trade on Friday. Japan and the U.S. is set to have a third round of bilateral economic dialogue in mid-November, Reuters reported citing Japanese government officials.
Consumer spending in both Australia and Japan improved but not by enough to shift sentiment as focus shifts to U.S labour market stats.
Investing.com - Asian stocks traded mostly lower in afternoon trade on Thursday, with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index down more than 1.8% by 1:30AM ET (05:30 GMT).
The Dollar’s on a tear, only the Japanese Yen managing to hold on in the early hours, with a record trade surplus out of Australia doing little for the AUD.
A mixed start to the day, the effects of the U.S – China trade war evident in the Chinese numbers, while the U.S economy powers ahead.
Investing.com - Asian equities fell in morning trade on Tuesday even after the U.S. and Canada secured an agreement late Sunday night to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) deal.
The Loonie was on the move at the start of the 4th quarter, with talks of an imminent NAFTA deal providing support, ahead of a busy week.