|Day's Range||29,593.79 - 30,169.99|
|52 Week Range||21,488.82 - 30,169.99|
A section of market watchers have characterized the rally as a "narrow" one, saying that it has been powered solely by tech stocks.
More new regulations and investors’ preference for larger-cap companies whack Chinese stocks, while activity is muted elsewhere in Asia.
The S&P 500 and the Dow close lower Wednesday after the Federal Reserve minutes indicated that an interest rate hike is likely but the pace of future tightening could be more moderate than expected given ...
A gauge of global equity performance scaled fresh record highs on Wednesday, propelled by bullish growth and company earnings outlooks, while crude oil rose to the highest prices in more than two years. ...
Stocks opened to dime thin gains on Wednesday, as Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. dragged on early trade.
On November 22, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.59% and closed the day at 3,430.46. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) rose 2.0% on November 21.
A large parade of data will come from the U.S today including Core Durable Goods Order, Unemployment Claims and the University of Michigan’s Consumer Sentiment reading. However, the impact will be limited as trading volumes thin due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday in the States tomorrow. Data Will have Limited Impact, Bullish Behavior on Wall … Continue reading Plenty of U.S Data as Holiday Approaches, Oil Rally Continues
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite all notched fresh records Tuesday, as shares of Apple and other technology companies pushed stocks higher.
Asia markets traded higher across the board, taking cues from Wall Street overnight, while the U.S. dollar fell against a basket of currencies.
Asia markets rose on Tuesday, following a lead from Wall Street, while the dollar lost some of its strength against a basket of currencies.
On November 20, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.28% and closed the day at 3,392.40. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) fell 0.16% on November 17.
On November 17, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.48% and closed the day at 3,382.91. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) rose 1.8% on November 16.
Markets in Asia ended the Thursday session with gains despite all three major U.S. indexes closing lower in the last session.
Global stock markets stabilized somewhat in Asia on Thursday, following broad weakness since the end of last week, with shares in Japan gaining after six straight sessions in the red.
On November 15, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.79% and closed the day at 3,402.52. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) fell 1.1% on November 14.
Asian equities were pressured in Tuesday trade as investors digested the release of a slew of Chinese economic data points.