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  • Asia Shares Take Comfort From US Data, Yen Nurses Losses

    Asia Shares Take Comfort From US Data, Yen Nurses Losses

    Asian shares took solace from data showing broad US economic strength even as signs of spreading weakness in China and Europe checked risk appetite, while the yen nursed its losses after sliding to multiyear lows against the dollar and euro overnight...

  • Japanese Shares Rebound, Helped by US Megadeals

    Japanese Shares Rebound, Helped by US Megadeals

    The Japanese yen traded at 116.77 yen to the dollar, near a seven-year low of 117.06 hit in the wake of Monday's shocking GDP data. Gold lost momentum on the dollar's strength, trading at $1,186.30 off a 2 1/2-week high of $1,193.95 hit on Monday.

  • Wal-Mart's US Same-Store Sales Show First Growth in 7 Quarters

    Wal-Mart's US Same-Store Sales Show First Growth in 7 Quarters

    Wal-Mart's shares rose 2.2 per cent in premarket trading.

  • Asian Shares Edge Lower, Supply Concerns Keep Oil Down

    Asian Shares Edge Lower, Supply Concerns Keep Oil Down

    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down about 0.2 per cent, while Japan's Nikkei stock average added 0.6 per cent.

  • After 45 Minutes With No Pulse, US Mother Shares Her Story

    After 45 Minutes With No Pulse, US Mother Shares Her Story

    Doctors had thought Ruby Graupera-Cassimiro had died after giving birth to a daughter through a Caesarean operation. For 45 minutes, she had no pulse. Before officially pronouncing her dead, they told the family they could do nothing more her and ask...

  • Asian Shares Firm After Sound US Data

    Asian Shares Firm After Sound US Data

    Financial spreadbetters expected Britain's FTSE 100 to open 13 to 21 points higher, or up as much as 0.3 per cent, Germany's DAX to open down 8 points to flat, and France's CAC 40 to open up as much as 0.2 per cent.

  • Asian Shares Firm After Sound US, China Data

    Asian Shares Firm After Sound US, China Data

    Unemployment fell to a six-year low of 5.8 per cent, but that did not improve wage growth, with average hourly earnings rising a slim 0.1 per cent, falling short of a projected 0.2 per cent gain.

  • Asian Stocks Mixed, Link Date Lifts Hong Kong and Shanghai

    Asian Stocks Mixed, Link Date Lifts Hong Kong and Shanghai

    The dollar retreated from multi-year highs despite another record close on Wall Street that came in response to broadly upbeat jobs data that did little to alter expectations of a US rate hike in mid-2015.

  • Asian Shares Slump, Euro Wallows Near Two-Year Lows

    Asian Shares Slump, Euro Wallows  Near Two-Year Lows

    Investors were likely to remain cautious ahead of the key US nonfarm payrolls report. Solid gains in employment are projected, and could increase speculation the Federal Reserve could raise US interest rates in the middle of next year.

  • Ranbaxy Shares Fall 5% on US FDA Blow

    Ranbaxy Shares Fall 5% on US FDA Blow

    Analysts had expected generic Nexium to contribute about $150 million to Ranbaxy's sales in the first six months of the exclusive sales period, while Valcyte was expected to contribute between $40 million and $50 million.

  • Asian Shares Slump, Euro Wallows Near Lows

    Asian Shares Slump, Euro Wallows Near Lows

    Investors were likely to remain cautious ahead of the key US nonfarm payrolls report. Solid gains in employment would increase speculation that the USFederal Reserve could raise US interest rates in the middle of next year.

  • Asian Shares Waver, Euro Wallows Near Lows

    Asian Shares Waver, Euro Wallows Near Lows

    Investors were likely to remain cautious ahead of the key US nonfarm payrolls report later in the session. Solid gains in employment would increase speculation that the US Federal Reserve could raise US interest rates in the middle of next year.

  • Wall Street Retreats Off Record Peaks as Energy, Techs Fall

    Wall Street Retreats Off Record Peaks as Energy, Techs Fall

    US stocks edged modestly lower from record levels on Thursday as energy shares continued their recent decline and weak results pressured the technology sector.

  • Asian Shares Sag, Dollar Steadies

    Asian Shares Sag, Dollar Steadies

    Investors warily tracked US election results, in which Republicans made major gains and were set to capture control of the Senate in a midterm vote that could serve as a public referendum on President Barack Obama's job performance.

  • Energy Shares Lead Wall Street Lower, Indexes Near Records

    Energy Shares Lead Wall Street Lower, Indexes Near Records

    US stocks fell on Tuesday, with energy shares leading the market lower as crude oil prices declined for a fourth straight day, though major indexes remained near record levels.

  • European Shares Gain Ground as Oil Prices Extend Fall

    European Shares Gain Ground as Oil Prices Extend Fall

    US crude oil was trading down by more than $1 at $77.61 a barrel, while Brent crude futures also fell to $83.66, extending losses after top oil exporter Saudi Arabia cut prices to the United States.

  • UBS Cannot Arbitrate vs Nasdaq Over Facebook IPO: US Court

    UBS Cannot Arbitrate vs Nasdaq Over Facebook IPO: US Court

    The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in New York on Friday said UBS' agreement with Nasdaq to help make a market for Facebook shares did not entitle the Swiss bank to arbitration, in its effort to recoup more than $350 million of losses.

  • World Shares Rise as Investors Put Faith in Fed's Message

    World Shares Rise as Investors Put Faith in Fed's Message

    Europe's main indices followed the overnight lead from Wall Street and Asia, although the third-quarter earnings reports out of Europe weren't quite as solid as those from the United States.

  • Asian Shares Rise on Earnings Optimism, Dovish Fed

    Asian Shares Rise on Earnings Optimism, Dovish Fed

    Asian shares advanced to one-month highs on Wednesday, helped by Wall Street which gained on optimism over corporate earnings and prospects the US Federal Reserve will reaffirm its willingness to wait longer before raising interest rates.

  • Wall Street Flat After Last Week's Big Gain; Energy Weighs

    Wall Street Flat After Last Week's Big Gain; Energy Weighs

    US stocks ended near flat on Monday, pausing after the S&P 500's biggest weekly gain since January 2013, while energy shares fell with another decline in oil prices.

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