|Bid||11.71 x 0|
|Ask||12.30 x 0|
|Day's range||11.51 - 12.09|
|52-week range||9.63 - 20.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Emerging stocks pushed to a fresh near-decade high and were set for a sixth straight week of gains on Friday after Chinese growth data lifted Asian markets to a record peak and the yuan to a two-year high. ...
Emirates NBD, Dubai’s largest bank, has appointed Standard Chartered (BSE: 580001.BO - news) and other banks to lead a potential Formosa bond issue, sources familiar with the matter said. Formosa bonds are sold in Taiwan (Taiwan OTC: 6549.TWO - news) by foreign issuers and are denominated in currencies other than the Taiwanese dollar. The potential deal would be Emirates NBD’s first public Formosa bond sale.
Rising investment in mini-grids in India signals growing business interest in the sector, despite a lack of clear government policy, as the country races to meet its goal of providing energy for all in just two years, analysts said. Husk Power Systems, which operates mini-grids in India and Tanzania, on Monday said it had raised $20 million from an arm of Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) , Swedish state-owned investor Swedfund International and French utility Engie (LSE: 0LD0.L - news) 's impact investment fund. The investment is the largest in a mini-grid company in India, according to Husk, which builds and operates small-scale power plant and distribution networks that combine biomass gasification from rice husks, solar power and batteries to deliver energy in rural areas.
The ailing dollar fell to its lowest in over three months on Tuesday, while surprisingly upbeat Chinese manufacturing data ensured there was no serious new year hangover for world shares despite a groggy start for Europe. Wall Street was expected to get 2018 off the mark with a small gain, with sentiment also helped by news that North Korea had offered an olive branch to South Korea.
Emerging stocks surged one percent on Tuesday to the highest in 5-1/2 years, lifted by a weak dollar, data indicating robust economic growth and bullish commodities. Many emerging market country currencies also hit multi-week peaks. The first trading day of the year saw emerging stocks and bonds extend the previous year's gains, especially after purchasing manager surveys in Asia showed Chinese December manufacturing at the strongest in four months.
LONDON/HONG KONG, Jan 2 (Reuters) - Euro zone factories ended 2017 growing at their fastest pace in more than two decades while performance in Asia was more uneven, with its third-largest economy India leading the field and manufacturing giant China unexpectedly resilient. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) a similar business survey covering the United States forecast to be strong, the synchronised global growth that took hold last year looks set to continue based on the first major economic data releases of 2018.
Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 27 (Reuters) - Global stocks edged higher on Wednesday, shrugging off faltering oil prices and reports of soft iPhone X demand, as a rally in copper buoyed expectations for a strong year for the global economy in 2018. Copper prices rocketed to multi-year highs, pushing the MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 47 countries, up 0.22 percent. The metal, used in construction and machinery, is seen as a proxy for global growth.
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 27 (Reuters) - World stocks edged higher on Wednesday as a strong rally in commodities buoyed expectations for a strong year for the global economy in 2018 and helped mitigate concerns over the technology sector triggered by reports of soft iPhone X demand. While oil prices were strengthened largely because of an attack on a crude pipeline in Libya, the surge in copper was particularly eye-catching as the metal is seen as a proxy for global growth. "The rally in copper supports expectations that 2018 is going to be a strong year for synchronised global growth," said Greg McKenna, chief strategist at AxiTrader.
Shares in Apple had slumped 2.5 percent Tuesday, following its Asian suppliers downward, but that slide was arrested in early trading Wednesday
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 14 (Reuters) - World shares eked out modest gains on Thursday as cautious comments on inflation from the U.S. Federal Reserve gave investors pause on a day packed with central bank decisions in Europe. Both the European Central Bank and the Bank of England left interest rates unchanged as expected, and traders will focus on the ECB's press conference at 1330 GMT for hints on the bank's policy outlook.
* British January gas prices surged 17 percent to $9.12 per million British thermal units on Tuesday, rapidly bridging the gap with Asia's spot LNG markets, the world's premium market for gas * Italian ...
Emerging equities tumbled to near two-month lows on Wednesday as geopolitical concerns over North Korea and the Middle East soured risk sentiment and investors continued a rotation out of tech stocks, ...
World stocks edged lower on Monday, led by a broad sell-off in tech stocks that drove a risk-off mood across markets, with the dollar slipping to a ten-week low against the yen. Wall Street looked set to follow European and Asian shares lower. Tech stocks, down 0.8 pct by 1312 GMT, were among the biggest fallers in Europe, after a downbeat note from Morgan Stanley (Shenzhen: 002588.SZ - news) on global technology downgraded Samsung and Taiwan (Taiwan OTC: 6549.TWO - news) Semiconductor and argued it is "time for a pause" for chipmakers, which have seen stellar performance this year.
South Africa's rand bounced against the dollar on Monday after the country avoided a double downgrade of its local currency debt, although broader emerging markets fell amid jitters over weakness in Chinese ...
The Turkish lira hit a record low on Wednesday and local bond yields rose to fresh peaks on political strains and worries about the central bank's ability to curb inflation. The lira hit 3.98 against the ...
Victoria's Secret is hoping to win a slice of the Chinese market, opening its first two super-stores in the country this year, in Shanghai and Chengdu
Pulling into government such diverse groups as the left-leaning Greens and Bavaria's social conservatives was never going to be easy and after 15 hours of negotiations in Berlin going into the night, talks have had to be adjourned till noon at least. The biggest hurdle to Angela Merkel's three-way coalition remains the migration issue, with notable differences over how flexible to be in allowing family members to join refugees already in Germany after the mass arrivals of the past couple of years.