|Bid||0.14 x 200000|
|Ask||0.25 x 100000|
|Day's range||0.14 - 0.14|
|52-week range||0.03 - 0.35|
|PE ratio (TTM)||-10.77|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
World stocks dipped on Friday as investors locked in some of the more than 6 percent gain that has given them their best start to a year since 2012, while the dollar inched towards what could be its strongest week of 2017 so far. Asian and European shares saw profit-taking as traders squared up for the quarter, though there was plenty still going on, not least in South Africa where the sacking of its respected finance minister sent the rand tumbling again. Wall Street was expected to open lower having recently lost some of the swagger that had seen it set multiple all-time highs and a tidy 5.8 percent quarterly gain.
European shares fell in early trading on Friday, weighed down by losses among mining stocks and by a slump in South African-exposed insurer Old Mutual , but were firmly on track to end the quarter with ...
World stocks and bond yields rose on Monday, lifted by a re-emergence of so-called "Trump trades" as investors bet that the U.S. president's tax reform plans will boost economic growth and corporate profits. Following on from Friday's record high closes on Wall Street, Asian stocks rallied to 1-1/2-year peaks and European stocks rose for the fifth consecutive session on Monday, their longest winning stretch for two months. The Japanese yen was the biggest underperformer among major currencies, as is typical when riskier assets like stocks are doing well.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch on Friday downgraded its rating on European miners to "neutral" saying that a recent strong rally had made the sector "overbought". The bank upgraded its ...