|Day's range||23,739.17 - 23,891.63|
|52-week range||18,224.68 - 23,962.07|
U.S. stocks moved broadly higher in midday trading Wednesday as the market bounced back from modest losses a day earlier. Technology and health care companies accounted for much of the gains. Industrial stocks also rose following encouraging data on industrial production. Some big banks fell after reported hefty quarterly losses.
TOKYO (AP) — Global stock markets mostly fell on Wednesday as investors digested big losses at major U.S. banks, while bitcoin also dropped amid fears of greater regulation.
Wall Street reversed on Tuesday and finished the day with selling. The Euro and Pound remain strong against the U.S Dollar
Tokyo stocks closed lower on Wednesday, in line with broad losses across Asia and on Wall Street, where investors cashed in following recent records and on concerns about a possible US government shutdown. ...
Tokyo stocks closed lower on Wednesday, with investors cautious after a drop on Wall Street. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index slipped 0.35 percent or 83.47 points to 23,868.34, while the broader Topix index ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged above 26000 for the first time Tuesday, but gave up those gains as shares of energy and chemical companies declined.
The U.S Dollar finds its feet after an initial slump during the Asian session, though how the Dollar progresses will be in the hands of Congress, with the markets looking ahead to the Bank of Canada’s interst rate decision.
Tokyo stocks opened lower on Wednesday as the yen edged higher, after Wall Street also fell due to profit taking and a dip in oil prices. The Nikkei 225 index slipped 0.79 percent, or 189.26 points, to ...
The Yen has remained within the stronger boundaries of its range against the U.S Dollar after the Japanese currency gained before going into the weekend.
Global stocks were mostly higher Tuesday following a holiday for U.S. markets as investors looked ahead to American corporate earnings. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX gained 0.9 percent to 13,323 and France's ...
Asian equity markets on Tuesday found their footing after some initial softness, leaving Hong Kong’s benchmark at a record closing high.
Forex has seen range trading as the U.S Dollar has remained on its weaker legs. All major cryptocurrencies are crashing.
Pressure remains on the Dollar, with UK inflation figures in focus this morning, as the markets look for any signs of the BoE needing to rate hikes again this year.
Tokyo's main stock index closed up on Tuesday at a fresh 26-year high as the yen's upward trend lost steam. The Nikkei 225 index rose 1.00 percent or 236.93 points to 23,951.81 -- its highest level since ...
Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday following a holiday for U.S. markets as investorsed look ahead to American corporate earnings. KEEPING SCORE: The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.4 percent ...
Asian markets traded mostly higher on Tuesday, with mainland markets recording gains after sliding in the last session.
Hong Kong’s stock benchmark declined on Monday and broke a 14-day winning streak, falling alongside Chinese equities after some downbeat domestic data.
Tokyo stocks closed higher on Monday, supported by record closes on Wall Street, while SoftBank jumped more than three percent after it said it was considering listing its mobile unit. The benchmark Nikkei ...
The Dollar was on the back foot against the major currencies in the early part of the day, with the Yen, the EUR, the Aussie Dollar and the Kiwi Dollar making solid gains. Market optimism continues to support the equity market rally, with the Hang Seng moving towards its pre-Global Financial Crisis record high.
Jan.14 -- SoftBank Group says listing of SoftBank Corp. shares is "one such option," but no decision has been made to officially proceed with the IPO. Bloomberg's Pavel Alpeyev reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."