|Day's range||29,089.58 - 29,299.87|
|52-week range||21,488.82 - 29,341.92|
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks rose Monday as a mix of smaller, U.S.-focused companies, technology firms and banks climbed. Drugmakers struggled, which limited those gains.
On November 20, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.28% and closed the day at 3,392.40. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) fell 0.16% on November 17.
Monday 10:05 GMT "The collapse of the coalition talks in Germany on Sunday night brought back the topic of political uncertainty to financial markets," says Tilmann Galler, global market strategist, ...
On November 17, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.48% and closed the day at 3,382.91. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) rose 1.8% on November 16.
Asian shares were mostly higher but European shares fell Friday as healthy U.S. earnings and progress on President Donald Trump's tax reform plan weren't enough to sustain momentum in global markets. KEEPING ...
HONG KONG (AP) — Asian shares were mostly higher Friday, extending global gains after Wall Street reported a round of healthy earnings and U.S. politicians took a step forward on President Donald Trump's tax reform plan.
Global stocks rose Thursday, but analysts said it was too early to say markets had stabilized after a week of turbulent trading. Apart from persisting worries over prospects for a U.S. tax overhaul and ...
Markets in Asia ended the Thursday session with gains despite all three major U.S. indexes closing lower in the last session.
Global stock markets stabilized somewhat in Asia on Thursday, following broad weakness since the end of last week, with shares in Japan gaining after six straight sessions in the red.
U.S. stocks rebounded after European and Asian counterparts climbed, while Treasuries fell as the global risk-off mood eased. The dollar traded little changed.
Asia’s stock markets looked set to stem some of the recent losses triggered by concerns around valuations following this year’s out-sized gains.
Wednesday 21.00 GMT A renewed sell-off for resource stocks, amid lingering concerns about the outlook for Chinese growth and another slide for oil prices, helped drag equity indices lower across the globe. ...
On November 15, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.79% and closed the day at 3,402.52. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) fell 1.1% on November 14.
TOKYO (AP) — Shares fell in Asia on Wednesday, tracking modest losses overnight on Wall Street, where the biggest drop in crude oil prices since October weighed on oil producers and other energy stocks. Japan's Nikkei 225 index slumped 0.9 percent after a lackluster GDP report for July-September.
TOKYO (AP) — Global stocks mostly fell on Tuesday as investors watched for tax reform developments in the U.S. and digested weak manufacturing data from China.
Asian equities were pressured in Tuesday trade as investors digested the release of a slew of Chinese economic data points.
U.S. stocks slipped amid signs of a commodities glut and uncertain prospects for American tax cuts, while the dollar lost the most since September as the American yield curve flattened further ahead of ...
U.S. stocks close marginally higher Monday after the Dow and the S&P 500 posted their first weekly drops in two months last week. Upside was capped, however, as uncertainty continued to swirl around the ...
One of the key drivers of gains on Wall Street in recent weeks has been an improvement in corporate earnings, but this is hardly an U.S.-only story.
After regaining strength last week and rising to fresh 22-month high price levels, China’s Shanghai Composite Index started this week on a stronger note.
On November 10, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.14% and closed the day at 3,432.67. The SPDR S&P China (GXC) fell 0.2% on November 9.
The British pound took a hit as pressure mounts on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May after a raft of political scandals and scant progress on Brexit talks. European stock futures edged higher following a mixed ...
A pair of companies that have been among the hottest stocks in Hong Kong are set to enter the Hang Seng Index, which has jumped 32% this year and is one of the world's best-performing indexes.
Friday 21.00 GMT World stocks and the dollar came under pressure for a second day as mounting uncertainty about the prospects for US tax cuts once again dented sentiment towards the global reflation trade. ...