|Day's range||3,252.4333 - 3,292.5742|
|52-week range||3,016.5310 - 3,587.0320|
Investing.com – Asian equities fell in morning trade on Thursday as investors took their cues from overnight U.S. shares after retail sales figures came in weaker than expected. Prospects of trade war concerns also continued to weigh as U.S. president Donald Trump reportedly planned to impose fresh tariffs on China, intensifying concerns of a global trade war while traders await next week’s rate decision by the Federal Reserve.
Investing.com – China’s economy managed to sustain its momentum despite recent regulatory crackdowns that aimed to reduce risks in the financial system, as data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed the country’s industrial output and investment grew faster than expected in the first two months of the year.
Investing.com – Gold prices rose on Wednesday, hitting a one-week high as dollar continued to weaken on mounting concerns over U.S. protectionism.
Investing.com – Asian stocks turned negative in afternoon trading on Monday as the trade tariff plans from U.S. president Trump continued to feed concerns across the region, while the uncertain results of Italian elections also weighed in.
Investing.com – Asian stocks traded lower in morning trading on Monday, hovering near 2-week lows as comments from the U.S. president Trump continued to cause unease across the region.
Investing.com – Gold prices traded higher for two sessions in a row on the back of a softer dollar, as investors await Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s highly-anticipated testimony later in the day.
Investing.com - Gold prices were trading lower on Thursday, weighed down from fresh gains in the dollar as it traded near a one-week high against a basket of major currencies.
Investing.com - Shares in Asia were mostly in the black on Monday as China returned from a week-long break, but trade on the day thinned with the Nikkei 25 shut.