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  • Asian Shares, Dollar Spike on Fed Minutes; China Data Awaited

    Asian Shares, Dollar Spike on Fed Minutes; China Data Awaited

    The drop in the yen was taken as positive for Japanese exports and corporate earnings, giving a boost to stocks. The Topix added 0.4 per cent, while the Nikkei gained 0.5 per cent. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was all bu...

  • Asian Stocks Steady on Strong US Data, Dollar Holds Gains

    Asian Stocks Steady on Strong US Data, Dollar Holds Gains

    Asian stocks were steady on Wednesday after strong US housing data lifted Wall Street shares, helping nudge Treasury yields higher and keeping the dollar well bid against the euro and yen.

  • Tokyo Stocks Open Flat

    Tokyo Stocks Open Flat

    US shares rebounded late Friday to end mixed after an early bout of selling on news that Ukraine had shelled Russian armoured vehicles after they entered its territory.

  • Hindalco, Tata Steel, Cipla in Focus Today

    Hindalco, Tata Steel, Cipla in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Thursday tracking positive US markets and Asian markets. Foreign investors increased their buying momentum in Indian shares as they bought shares worth Rs 718 crore on Wednesday in cash segment. Crude oil which continues to...

  • Asian Shares, Bonds Rally as Investors Bank on Endless Stimulus

    Asian Shares, Bonds Rally as Investors Bank on Endless Stimulus

    An economic contraction in Japan, a shock fall in Chinese loans, a surprisingly dovish turn by the Bank of England and a sluggish reading on US retail sales all combined to make any tightening in policy seem a very distant prospect.

  • Wall Street Rallies, Led by Biotechs; Retailers Weak

    Wall Street Rallies, Led by Biotechs; Retailers Weak

    US stocks ended higher on Wednesday as surging biotech shares helped investors shrug off disappointing retail sales data.

  • HPCL, Tata Motors, IDBI Bank in Focus Today

    HPCL, Tata Motors, IDBI Bank in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Monday tracking higher opening in the Asian markets and a positive close in the US market on Friday. Nifty futures trading on Singapore Stock Exchange was also up 50 points as of 8.15 a.m.. Foreign investors sold shares wor...

  • Tokyo Stocks Open Up 1.53%

    Tokyo Stocks Open Up 1.53%

    On Friday Wall Street stocks pushed higher, despite US air strikes in Iraq as investors ramped up buying in a market that some analysts said had been oversold.

  • World Shares, Dollar Tumble as US Authorises Air Strikes in Iraq

    World Shares, Dollar Tumble as US Authorises Air Strikes in Iraq

    It came as fighting also resumed in Gaza between Palestinian militants and Israel and with NATO's calls for Russia to "step back from the brink" of war in Ukraine still ringing in ears of volatile markets.

  • Asian Shares Tumble as Obama Authorises Air Strikes in Iraq

    Asian Shares Tumble as Obama Authorises Air Strikes in Iraq

    Asian shares tumbled on Friday as investors sought out safe-haven assets on growing fears that conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East could sap global growth, extending losses after US President Obama authorized air strikes in Iraq.

  • Asian Shares Skid as Obama Confirms Air Strikes on Iraq

    Asian Shares Skid as Obama Confirms Air Strikes on Iraq

    Obama said in an address that he authorized targeted strikes to protect the besieged Yazidi minority and US personnel in Iraq, after the Iraqi government requested help.

  • Wall Street Falls on Earnings; Data Caps Decline

    Wall Street Falls on Earnings; Data Caps Decline

    US stocks fell on Tuesday, weighed by earnings such as Target's and a drop in energy shares, but indices cut losses after strong US data offset a weak reading in China's services sector.

  • Asia Stocks Steady After Wall Street Rally, Dollar Off Peaks

    Asia Stocks Steady After Wall Street Rally, Dollar Off Peaks

    US stocks rallied on Monday, lifted by Portugal's decision to rescue Banco Espirito Santo BES.LS and earnings from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.

  • Asian Shares on Defensive, Dollar Nurses Losses

    Asian Shares on Defensive, Dollar Nurses Losses

    Fears of further declines on Wall Street kept Asian shares mostly on the defensive on Monday, with concerns over geopolitical tensions eclipsing US data that argued against an earlier start to the Federal Reserve's rate-tightening cycle.

  • Global Shares Trim Losses, Dollar Dips After Jobs Report

    Global Shares Trim Losses, Dollar Dips After Jobs Report

    US Treasuries yields dropped, with benchmark 10-year notes last up 2/32 in price to yield 2.55 per cent, down from 2.58 per cent before the jobs data was released, while gold bounced back from a recent slide.

  • Global Shares Trim Losses, Dollar Dips After Jobs Report

    Global Shares Trim Losses, Dollar Dips After Jobs Report

    US Treasuries yields dropped, with benchmark 10-year notes last up 2/32 in price to yield 2.55 per cent, down from 2.58 per cent before the jobs data was released, while gold bounced back from a recent slide.

  • World Stocks Fall, Dollar Up Before US Jobs Data

    World Stocks Fall, Dollar Up Before US Jobs Data

    While encouraging for the global economy at large, strong US employment data would strengthen the case for an early interest rate hike by the Fed, whose monetary largesse has helped fuel a 45 per cent rally in global stocks over the past two years.

  • European Shares Sink Again, Dollar Holds Strong

    European Shares Sink Again, Dollar Holds Strong

    A steady rise for the US currency is the central story for global financial markets so far this month and a jump in US economic growth reported on Wednesday extended the dollar's gains against the euro to 6 cents since early May.

  • Asian Shares Sluggish, Dollar Holds Firm Before Fed

    Asian Shares Sluggish, Dollar Holds Firm Before Fed

    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was slightly lower in early trade, while Japan's Nikkei stock average edged down about 0.1 per cent.

  • China Shares Lead Asia Higher, Dollar Buoyed

    China Shares Lead Asia Higher, Dollar Buoyed

    The euro struggled to break out from multi-month lows against the dollar and yen following another weak set of data that raised concerns about the eurozone.

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