Asian shares ease as Trump rekindles Sino-U.S. trade tensions
Friday, 12 July 2019 () Asian shares pulled back on Friday as worries over renewed Sino-U.S. trade tensions weighed on sentiment ahead of the release of June trade data from China, though expectations of a Federal Reserve rate cut later this month kept losses in check.
Major US stock indexes were mixed on Tuesday, amid trade tensions that have dimmed growth expectations. Wall Street weighed ongoing trade tensions against expectations for the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates at the end of July. The market is also expecting a less aggressive rate cut at the...
Stocks climbed on Friday as the growing prospect of a cut to US interest rates this month outweighed renewed tensions in the US-China trade war, an unexpected contraction in Singapore, and uninspiring..
Shares of Union Pacific , one of America's largest railway transporters, were upgraded Monday, and the indication for the rest of the U.S. economy is quite positive. UNP Upgrade Analyst Jim Corridore..
European shares rose broadly on Monday with the STOXX 50 index hitting its highest level in 17 months, as investors piled into riskier assets after the United States and China agreed to restart trade..
Asian stocks fell broadly on Wednesday after U.S. markets fell from a record high overnight on the back of mixed earnings reports and President Donald Trump's... RTTNews Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India
Asian shares veered between small losses and gains on Friday as investors awaited key China trade and lending data, and as worries over Sino-U.S. trade tensions... Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters •RTTNews