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U.S. stock indexes edged mostly lower in early trading Monday as investors sized up the latest company earnings news. Health care companies notched some of the biggest gains. Industrial stocks and consumer-focused companies were among the biggest laggards. Oil prices rose.
Stocks were narrowly mixed just after the starting bell Tuesday's, as a slip by Boeing limited early gains on the Dow.
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.
Global stocks were mixed Tuesday amid upbeat corporate earnings report and as China prepared to open a key political meeting. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX was up 0.1 percent to 13,010 while France's CAC ...
Earlier in the Day: Macroeconomic data out of the Asian session this morning was limited to New Zealand’s 3rd quarter inflation figures, which were better than forecasts, easing some pressure on the Kiwi Dollar, though the numbers were certainly well below Q3 estimates released in August, where the annual rate of inflation had been estimated … Continue reading RBA Minutes Weigh on the AUD, with UK Inflation and Carney to Drive the Pound
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 ...
Manufacturing issues could mean that prospective iPhone X buyers might have to wait a little longer to get their new phones.
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 ...
Janet Yellen’s comments regarding inflation will spark the broad markets today. The Empire State Manufacturing Index will be released today, tomorrow Bank of England Governor Mark Carney will be speaking. Yellen Remarks Will Spark Investors, Wall Street Set for Positive Opening The Empire State Manufacturing Index will be released today, but it is Janet Yellen’s … Continue reading Inflation Talk Spurring Investors into Action
The Dollar/Yen is struggling to stay positive on Monday even after Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s hawkish comments on Sunday. At 1027 GMT, the USD/JPY is trading 111.851, up 0.017 or +0.02%. Earlier in the session, the Forex pair extended its losses for a sixth day since hitting a multi-month high at 113.433 on October 6. … Continue reading USD/JPY Fundamental Daily Forecast – Price Action Suggests Dollar/Yen Correlation is Falling
Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen spoke last night in Washington about inflation. Today the Empire State Manufacturing Index numbers will be published. BoE Governor Mark Carney will speak tomorrow. China inflation data was higher than expected today. Yellen Speech Offered Insights, U.S. Dollar Range Trading Early Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen spoke at a banking conference … Continue reading Central Banks and Geo-Political Concerns Rise
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.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co will have to forge ahead without its founder. Morris Chang, 86, will step down after TSMC's annual meeting next June. The company was founded in 1987 and is today ...
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 ...
Polls show that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on track to win Japan’s Oct. 22 election, putting the 63-year-old on course to keep his job through 2020 and become the longest-serving leader in the country’s ...
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks finished mostly higher Friday to wrap up a subdued week, and technology companies did most of the heavy lifting. Investors were also pleased to see that shoppers spent more money in September.
Euphoria is said to be the terminal stage of ageing bull markets. Although there are few signs of uncritical ebullience, investors are finally shedding some of their post-crisis scepticism - raising questions ...
Stocks rebounded at Friday's open as third quarter earnings season gathered momentum with reports from Bank Of America, Wells Fargo and PNC Financial.