|Day's range||29,315.910 - 29,425.631|
|52-week range||24,540.631 - 31,978.141|
FOMC meeting in sharp focus, Brexit Blocked, markets flat but big moves are in store.
Another FOMC meeting comes into focus while traders wait anxiously for news on U.S./China trade talks.
The Pound was the leader of the pack, with a vote against a no-deal departure and a Brexit extension providing much-needed support.
No-Deal Brexit is off the table, at least that’s what the UK says, but it may not matter. If the EU doesn’t agree the UK may have no choice.
May’s Brexit deal gets voted down again, now lawmakers must decide what to do next and that decision will move the market.
Theresa May secured legally binding changes to the Irish Backstop but the AG says its not enough to protect the UK.
US stocks rose for a second consecutive day, while US Treasuries also rallied, as investors digested a weak inflation reading and news that UK’s parliament defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s revised ...
Risk appetite jumped early Tuesday as speculative buyers reacted positively to the news that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May might be closer to securing approval for her Brexit deal.
While Dollar strength kicked in this morning, today’s retail sales figures and sentiment towards Brexit and trade talks will be key.
Major Chinese stocks saw out the week with their biggest one-day fall since October, after a policy pivot from the European Central Bank set off concerns about global growth while China itself reported some muted trade numbers. almost 21 per cent in February compared with a year ago. Adding to investor nerves: a maximum fall of 10 per cent for People’s Insurance Company Group after analysts at brokerage Citic Securities issued a rare “sell” rating on the company.
China announces a new round of stimulus, U.S. optimism is reaching a record high, and a trade deal is in sight but traders are cautious and markets are mixed.
Fueled by New Cordless Products HONG KONG, Mar 6, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - Hong Kong-based global power equipment and floor care company Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. ("TTI" or the "Group") ...
Global equities indices are mixed following Monday’s Wall Street rout as traders await new details on the soon-expected trade deal.
Optimism over a trade agreement between the U.S and China provided a boost for risk appetite at the start of the week. The economic calendar is light.
Global indices rebound in the wake of positive trade news and better than expected data in China, the EU, and U.S.
* Hang Seng index ends up 0.6 pct China Enterprises index HSCE rises 1.2 percent HSI financial sub-index up 0.7 pct, property 0.4 pct higher * MSCI to quadruple weighting of A-shares in global benchmarks ...
Trump/Kim Summit falls apart and renews geopolitical fears but U.S. GDP is much better than expected in the 4th quarter so traders may not care.
The repercussions of the UK severing ties with the EU will affect trade, immigration, and money in your wallet, so here's why you should pay attention to Brexit.
Global markets mixed as the Trump/Kim summit begins in Vietnam. Could this be the beginning of an era of economic boom for North Korea?
BANGKOK (AP) — World shares fell and Wall Street was set to open lower Tuesday as investors awaited news from the talks between the U.S. and China on their ongoing trade war.
Asian and US markets turned to decline after a long rally. According to technical analysis, this may be the beginning of a long-term correction or even reversal