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As Asia's renewable energy market is emerging as a promising business, preoccupation competition among global companies is getting fierce.
Asian indexes were pressured in Friday trade after the dollar firmed ... at the end of the Federal Market Open Committee meeting on Wednesday saw the ... Within Asia, regional markets were likely to continue focusing their ...
markets digested the Federal Reserve's widely expected decision to hold interest rates steady at the end the Federal Open Market Committee's ...
It's official -- Amazon has launched its Prime Now delivery service in Singapore, its first market in Southeast Asia. The Amazon apps went live ...
Asia markets close mixed as oil extends gains; Fed awaited ... Federal Reserve this month, CMC Markets market analyst Margaret Yang told CNBC, ... Asian corporates reporting earnings today include South Korea's Hyundai ...
Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, with traders focused on the wobbling ... In the currency market, the dollar index, which measures the ...
Asian indexes closed mostly lower on Tuesday as markets awaited the upcoming Federal Market Open Committee (FOMC) meeting and kept ...
Asian markets are the place to invest to make the most money in the global bull market for at least the next 6-12 months.
markets in Asia closed mixed after sideways trade on Friday as oil prices advanced off 10-month lows overnight.
markets in Asia traded sideways early Friday after the sell-off in mainland China markets on Thursday and as oil prices advanced off 10-month lows.
Do you see any chance of Asia facing another financial crisis in the near future? For now, all appears to be in good shape.
BENGALURU: Infosys co-founder Nadathur Raghavan's $1billion family investment firm is starting a co-working business venture focused on Asian markets at a time when shared office spaces are changing the corporate real estate landscape. Next Story ...
Asian markets were cautiously higher in early Thursday trade as oil prices rose slightly after hitting a ten-month low overnight.
investors are justifying buying stocks because metal prices are higher, Kelleher said. "It's a funny, fickle beast, the Australian stock market." Oil prices, which fell a further 2% overnight on growth in weekly U.S. crude production, were up 0.2% in ...

Asian markets were cautiously higher on Thursday as oil prices rose slightly after hitting a ten-month low overnight. The Nikkei 225 edged higher by 0.17 ... markets in Greater China were also in the green. The Hang Seng Index was ... Oil prices gave ...
Singapore (ICIS)--The Asian polypropylene (PP) market is likely to remain under pressure in the second half of 2017 as buying in the key Chinese market is showing no signs of picking up after months of slow import activity, according to market sources ...
(RTTNews.com) - Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Thursday amid cautious trades as crude oil prices rose slightly after falling more than 2 percent overnight.
US equities closed lower Tuesday, pulling back from record highs, as oil prices pressured energy stocks. Asian bourses were in the red in early Wednesday trade following MSCI's decision to add mainland Chinese stocks to its emerging markets index ...
Asian bourses closed mostly lower on Wednesday following MSCI's decision to add mainland Chinese stocks to its emerging markets index gradually and as oil prices slipped around 2 percent overnight. The Nikkei 225 declined 0.45 percent or ... Inclusion ...
Almost immediately, spot prices in the US surged to $1,800/tonne, surpassing Asian prices by a big margin. Spot prices in Asia spiked to the high-$1,500/tonne CFR China levels in early February, as domestic prices in the key Chinese market were lower ...
US stocks closed higher on Monday as technology stocks tried to recover from a wobbly performance last week. Asian indices trekked higher in early Tuesday trade as the dollar strengthened following comments from US Federal Reserve officials over future ...
The S&P 500 ended marginally higher for the week on Friday following a deal that ignited a sell-off among big retail and grocery companies.
As things stand, the strengthening and stabilising of Asian currencies has certainly, in part, helped regional markets with gains. This week, the key influence for USD movements could really be with the Fed speakers lined up as the market track to see ...
(RTTNews.com) - Asian stock markets are mostly in positive territory on Monday despite the mixed cues from Wall Street on Friday.
Singapore, June 19 (Reuters) - Asian stocks began the week modestly higher on Monday after Wall Street offered little guidance, while sterling and the Euro steadied before the start of talks over the terms of Britain's exit from the European Union.
"Trailing in the glow of buoyant U.S. markets, Asian bourses [found] moderate gains to start the week," said Jingyi Pan, a market strategist at IG Group. ... In the commodities market, oil prices pulled back in Asia after ending in positive territory ...
Asian bourses strengthened on Monday as markets geared up ahead of Brexit negotiations between the U.K. and the European Union and kept an eye on a deadly attack on worshipers leaving a mosque in London.
Equity markets across Asia moved higher on Friday, shrugging off technology-led declines overnight in the U.S., as a stronger U.S.
Most Asian bourses closed cautiously higher on Friday after the Bank of Japan kept its policy unchanged and following the declines in tech stocks stateside.
The Australian market was also affected by the expiration later today of derivative contracts and late-Wednesday data that showed a slowdown in Chinese credit growth, said Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist at CMC markets in Sydney. Commodity ...
Asian equities closed mostly lower on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the second time this year, as was widely expected by markets. Despite inflation coming in below the Fed's target, the central bank said it would ...
markets in Asia closed mostly in the green on Tuesday after tech stocks extended their losses stateside. In Japan, the Nikkei 225 dipped 0.05 percent or 9.83 points to close at 19,898.75 while South Korea's benchmark Kospi index rose 0.71 percent or 16 ...
stock markets extended their gains in Asia early Wednesday, as global technology shares staged a recovery ahead of the U.S.
The move on Wall Street "was quite a significant reversal," said Jingyi Pan, a market strategist at IG Group. Given the hype about tech shares and questions around them possibly being overvalued, this period ahead of second-quarter earnings season is ...
The Nikkei 225 closed down 0.52 percent or 104.68 points, at 19,908.58 and South Korea's benchmark Kospi index fell 1 percent, or 23.82 points, to finish at 2,357.87, as the sell off in tech stocks spread from Wall Street to Asia. markets in greater ...
The pound dropped on Friday in Asia as elections in the U.K. ended in a hung parliament, with regional indexes closing mostly higher.
Asian markets closed mostly higher on Thursday ahead of key risk events later in the day, with apparent land-to-ship missiles fired by North Korea in the morning added to the mix.
Asian markets continued searching for direction on Wednesday as traders awaited news expected on Thursday, including the European central bank review, results from the U.K.
markets remain in waiting with the blend of activities set to take place on Thursday expected to affect key markets in both the US and Europe.
It was a mixed but quite flat session for Asia/Pacific stocks Wednesday, despite Wall Street's falls in the session before.
Trading was thin here, with the benchmark straits Times Index edging down 2.56 points, or 0.08 per cent, to 3,235.75. "Asian markets could find little to draw inspiration from," said IG Asia analyst Pan Jingyi in an interview with Bloomberg. "The ...
Asia markets were mixed in quiet early trade Wednesday ahead of anticipated news developments in Europe and U.S. later in the week.
Asian markets were mixed in early Wednesday trade as markets cautiously awaited a trio of potential major risk events on Thursday, including the UK election, a European central bank review and former FBI Director James Comey's testimony to the Senate ...
"However, Amazon is making a real push into the market and recently announced USD 500 mn investment to roll-out online food retailing in India.
Asian shares overall end Wednesday's session without any clear direction, as investors awaited several potentially significant events this week.
Asia closed mixed on Wednesday as markets cautiously awaited a trio of potential major risk events on Thursday, including the U.K.
Equity markets across Asia closed mixed on Tuesday, as investors braced for the fallout from former U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey's public testimony about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.


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