|Day's range||28,641.95 - 28,777.18|
|52-week range||21,488.82 - 28,777.18|
After rising last week, China’s Shanghai Composite Index fell on Monday and started this week on a weaker note. The index opened lower on October 17.
Li Ka-Shing’s CK Asset Holdings (1113.HK) was one of the best performing stocks on Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng Index for the second day running on Tuesday, after reports that it sold its majority stake in a Hong Kong office tower for a record USD5.15 billion. The Hong Kong Economic Journal reported on Monday that the property company had reached agreement to sell a 75% stake in The Center, located in Hong Kong's Central district, to a Chinese-led consortium for HKD40.2 billion, which would be a record for a Hong Kong office tower. As yet CK Asset has not confirmed the deal.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks were little-changed Tuesday after Wall Street's major indexes rose to new highs as China prepared to open a key political meeting.
Gains in equity markets look set to extend to Asia after fresh U.S. records, while Treasuries fell as the odds climbed of John Taylor becoming the next head of the Federal Reserve. The New Zealand dollar ...
Monday 22:00 BST Crude oil was the standout mover on Monday as conflict between Iraqi and Kurdish forces broke out south of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk. That has lifted energy stocks and helped propel ...
JPMorgan, up 2.1 per cent, and Bank of America , up 1.8 per cent, led gains in bank stocks, tracking a climb in US Treasury yields, which benefits banks. The S&P financial index was up 0.5 per cent. Apple shares rose 1.6 per cent following a bullish brokerage call on the iPhone maker.
China is getting more revved up over electric cars by the day, and that’s bad news for oil prices, says one economist. Plus the chart that says buy Japan now.
Global stock markets rose Monday after leaders of global finance appealed at a weekend meeting of the International Monetary Fund for a continuation of low-interest rate policies to keep economic recoveries ...
Earlier in the Day: The markets responded to the softer than forecasted inflation figures and upbeat retail sales data out of the U.S, with Asian equities on the march through the session this morning, as sentiment towards the prospects of a December rate hike by the FED eased further, following the more dovish than expected … Continue reading Asian Equities Move Forward, with Yellen Delivering Dollar Support
TOKYO (AP) — Shares rose in Asia on Monday after leaders of global finance appealed at a weekend meeting of the International Monetary Fund for a continuation of low-interest rate policies to keep economic recoveries on track.
Stocks pointed higher in Asia and bonds climbed after inflation data in the U.S. added to evidence that global growth is continuing steadily with limited price pressures in the American economy.
Gains in oil and copper drove a gauge of commodities to a six-month high as the dollar strengthened and Treasuries fell after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen suggested gradual rate increases are warranted ...
On October 13, the Shanghai Composite Index closed at 3,390.52 with a gain of 0.13%. The SPDR S&P China ETF (GXC) fell 0.52% on October 12, 2017.
Global stock markets generally rose Friday as investors awaited the next round of U.S. inflation and retail sales figures. KEEPING SCORE: In Europe, Germany's DAX was up 0.4 percent at 13,034 while the ...
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. is winning back stock investors as the carrier seeks to slash costs after its worst loss in more than 20 years. Having a friend in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. doesn’t hurt, either....
Equity markets in Asia extended their gains on Thursday, taking cues from fresh overnight records set by key U.S. indexes as the earnings season kicks off.
Following the week-long holidays, China's markets started this week on a stronger note. Amid improved market sentiment, China’s Shanghai Composite Index moved higher today.
Asian stocks advanced Wednesday after Wall Street's main index closed at a fresh record high and Spain's Catalonia crisis eased after an independence leader backed away from plans to break away immediately. ...
LONDON (AP) — Global share indexes traded in narrow ranges Tuesday as geopolitical concerns, not least relating to developments in the Spanish region of Catalonia, kept sentiment in check, particularly in Madrid where the main index was down sharply.
South Korean equities led broad gains across the Asia-Pacific region on Tuesday, as investors there caught up with the global market strength following a long holiday.
Asian stocks were poised for a mixed start to Tuesday’s session as Japan and South Korea reopen and Treasuries trading recommences after holidays, when a shock drop in Turkey’s lira was the standout move ...
On October 9, China’s Shanghai Composite Index opened at the highest levels traded since January 2016 and moved lower as the day progressed.
After global stock gains last week, the Asia Pacific region started Monday on an upbeat note, led by buying in China after a week-long holiday there.
Friday 21:00 BST The dollar briefly touched a 10-week high and Treasury prices fell as signs that wage growth might finally be taking hold in the US heightened expectations that the Federal Reserve could ...
LONDON (AP) — Global stocks weakened Friday after official figures showed that the U.S. economy shed jobs for the first time in six years in September due to the impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma on southern states.