|Day's range||6,169.50 - 6,209.60|
|52-week range||5,649.10 - 6,373.50|
Inflation numbers out of Japan this morning were a reminder of how far off the BoJ is from making a move, focus shifting to the EU and the Oval Office.
Investing.com - Asian stocks reversed early gains and turned negative in afternoon trade on Thursday.
Impressive 2nd GDP numbers drive the Kiwi, with Brexit and retail sales numbers putting the Pound in the spotlight.
Investing.com - Asian equities extended rally in afternoon trade on Wednesday as markets continued to recover from trade war fears.
Investing.com - Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Wednesday as investors shrugged off intensifying U.S.-China trade dispute.
It’s been a bullish start to the day, in spite of rising trade war tension, the Aussie Dollar leading the way, focus now shifting to UK inflation.
The mild response by investors to the new tariffs suggests investors may be waiting to see which industries China decides to target in its retaliation. Again, the thought is, why sell the whole market when only a few sectors, industries or stocks may be negatively affected by China’s retaliatory efforts. The Australian Dollar is trading higher early Tuesday, bucking the negative tone set earlier in the session by new tariffs on China by the U.S. and relatively tame Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy meeting minutes.
Another set of tariffs on China supporting the U.S Dollar early on, with the RBA meeting minutes failing to give the Aussie Dollar a boost.
Investing.com - Asian equities were mostly lower in morning trade on Monday on reports that U.S. President Donald Trump is likely to announce new tariffs on about $200 billion on Chinese imports as early as later today.
Economic data could take a back seat through the day, the markets more eager to see whether there is a green light for U.S – China trade talks.
Investing.com – Asian equity markets were mixed on Friday afternoon, after China reported better-than-expected industrial output and retail sales, but investment fell to a new low.
Investing.com – Asian equity markets were in the green Friday morning, as gains in tech shares drove U.S. stocks up for a fourth day running and helped strengthen optimism in Asian markets.
Economic data out of China was better than expected this morning, supporting improved risk appetite, with focus to shift to U.S retail sales and the USD.
Investing.com – Asian equity markets opened mixed on Thursday morning as Washington proposed a new round of trade talks with Beijing that could help to de-escalate a trade war between the two.
Monetary policy to drive the EUR and the GBP this afternoon, with inflation figures to hit the USD, while Brexit, NAFTA and Trump will also be a factor.
Investing.com – Asian stocks slid in China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Australia and hit a 14-month low on Wednesday afternoon, as the market sentiment is dampened by escalating U.S.-China trade disputes.
Investing.com – Asian equity markets opened mixed on Wednesday morning as investors digested a new estimate of a potential 700,000 job losses in China at 700,000 due to the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing.
Asian equities are on the slide again, with economic data providing little support, as the markets continue to fret over rising trade tensions.
Investing.com – Asian stock markets remained mixed on Tuesday afternoon, with equities in Japan and Australia in the green but China, Hong Kong and South Korea edging down.
Investing.com – Asian stock markets were mixed on early morning trade on Tuesday, as trade jitters between China and the U.S. remains in focus and experts forecast that emerging market currencies might fall further.
A mixed start to the day on the data front, leaves the markets to look ahead to employment numbers out of the UK, the Pound find strong Brexit support.
Investing.com – Asian markets had mixed performance on Monday afternoon as trade jitters between U.S. and China continue to affect the equity market.
Investing.com - Asian equities were mixed in morning trade on Monday, as investors digested fresh threats from U.S. President Donald Trump last Friday that he might slap further tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports.
With trade data out of China adding to already existing trade tensions, focus shifts to the Pound, with heavy set of stats and Brexit chatter in focus.