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Investing.com – Asian equities were mostly lower in afternoon trade on Thursday amid renewed China-U.S. tension, while automakers underperformed after U.S. President Trump ordered the Commerce Department to consider a probe into automobile imports, which could lead to potential fresh tariffs on foreign vehicles.
Investing.com – Asian equities were mostly lower in morning trade on Thursday amid renewed China-U.S. tension, as U.S. President Donald Trump hinted he has second thought about the trade deal he agreed with Beijing over the weekend.
The FOMC minutes may have eased demand for the Dollar, but with UK retail sales figures, Carney and the ECB’s monetary policy minutes in focus today, it could all swing back in the Dollar’s favor.
Asian stocks closed lower on Thursday, with investors cautious over fresh trade-related developments.
It’s a busy day in the markets, with geo-political risk gripping ahead of a busy economic calendar, Eurozone and U.S PMI numbers, UK Inflation figures and the FOMC monetary policy meeting minutes all due out today.
Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was "not satisfied" with the latest round of trade talks with China.
A quiet day on the economic data front leaves the markets to consider what lies ahead, while BoE Governor Carney could catch the markets napping this morning should he deliver a surprise on the policy front.
Asian markets were subdued on Tuesday, despite gains seen on Wall Street as recent U.S.-China trade tensions eased.
The Dollar’s on the move early, with weekend updates on trade talks with China supporting risk appetite through the early part of the morning. A lack of stats through the day will keep focus on the FED and the Oval Office.
Investing.com – Asian stocks were mixed in afternoon trade on Friday as investors digested news that China has offered U.S. President Donald Trump a $200 billion reduction in annual trade surplus. Japan's April CPI was also in focus as it missed forecast and fell short of 2% target set by the Bank of Japan.
Investing.com – Asian stocks were mixed in morning trade on Friday as investors digested news that China has offered U.S. President Donald Trump a $200 billion reduction in annual trade surplus.
Japanese inflation softer again, with economic data on the lighter side leaving the markets to focus FOMC member commentary and any noise from the Oval Office on trade talks through the week.
Investing.com – Asian equities were mostly lower in morning trade on Thursday after North Korea threatened to walk away from its meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump planned next month. The U.S.-China trade talks, which would be held on Thursday in Washington, also garnered some attention.
The Dollar was on the back foot early, while the Pound made a move on news of the UK government planning to announce a willingness to remain within the EU customs union beyond 2021, a concession that may lead to others…
Investing.com - Asian equities were mixed in afternoon trade on Wednesday as investors digested news that North Korea cancelled talks with Seoul planned for Wednesday.
Economic data out of Japan and Australia disappointed early as the markets now look ahead to the EUR, with inflation figures and Draghi to direct the EUR ahead of the U.S session.
Investing.com - Asian equities fell in morning trade on Wednesday as North Korea scrapped talks with Seoul that was planned for later in the day.
Investing.com – Asian equities fell in afternoon trade on Tuesday after China reported weaker-than-expected April investment and retail sales data.
China was one of the top stories overnight, as Moody’s released their analysis on the China/US trade war.
The Dollar was on the move early this morning ahead of what’s a particularly busy day on the data front, with the markets also focusing on NAFTA progress and talks between the U.S and China on trade later today.
Investing.com – Asian equities were mixed in morning trade on Tuesday. MSCI on Tuesday unveiled the list of 234 China A shares to be added to its relevant global and regional indexes in June.
Malaysian stocks(^KLSE) turned positive to close slightly higher on Monday after opening nearly 3% lower as markets opened for the first time since the stunning election victory for Mahathir Mohamad’s opposition coalition last week. Volatility was expected following the election, which ousted the political coalition that had ruled Malaysia since independence in 1957. In the U.S., an exchange-traded fund of Malaysian stocks slumped 6% on Wednesday before rebounding 1.8% on Thursday and falling 0.8% Friday.