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Asian markets closed mixed on Monday as investors kept an eye on political developments in the U.S. after a government shutdown began last week.
Hong Kong’s market rally is benefiting developers to drugmakers, which rushed to sell stock in the biggest week for follow-on equity offerings in more than two years.
In the latest update on Micron Technology (MU), Intel (INTC) ended its 12-year-old flash memory partnership with the memory chipmaker in order to focus its NAND (negative AND) technology in its data-centric business. The IMFT (Intel–Micron Flash Technologies) joint venture began in 2005, as the two companies made an extensive investment in building a plant in Lehi, Utah.
Asian stock markets ended mixed on Wednesday, with Hong Kong shares scoring a fresh all-time closing high, while other markets pulled back following the previous afternoon’s selloff in U.S. equities.
Asian equity markets on Tuesday found their footing after some initial softness, leaving Hong Kong’s benchmark at a record closing high.
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday following a holiday for U.S. markets as investorsed look ahead to American corporate earnings.
Dow futures charge higher, with investors away for the U.S. holiday, gains are still potentially in line for Tuesday when they return, as the dollar slumps anew.
Hong Kong’s stock benchmark declined on Monday and broke a 14-day winning streak, falling alongside Chinese equities after some downbeat domestic data.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets edged higher on Monday after Wall Street's strong finish last week. The U.S. dollar weakened against most major currencies, including the Japanese yen.
A record winning run in Hong Kong stocks came to an end on Monday as investors took profit in some of the best performers.
Asian stocks looked set to build on a strong start to the year after economic reports and earnings in the U.S. spurred optimism for economic growth.
LONDON (AP) — The euro surged to three-year highs against the dollar Friday amid hopes for a new coalition government in Germany and signs that the European Central Bank is preparing to rein in its stimulus sooner than many had been predicting. Stock markets were steady as traders paused for breath following more records on Wall Street.
Most Asia-Pacific stock markets chalked up modest gains Friday, following fresh records on major U.S. indexes, stemming two days of declines in the region.
Asian markets clung to slight gains, with most major indexes in the region tracking the strong lead from Wall Street.