Wayne Cole

Wayne Cole

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  • Asia Stocks Fragile Amid Growth Worries, Dollar In Demand
    Asia Stocks Fragile Amid Growth Worries, Dollar In Demand
    Asian share markets were trying to pick up the pieces on Monday following last week's thrashing as coronavirus concerns showed little sign of abating, while safe-haven flows benefited the dollar ahead of a key update on U.S. monetary policy.
  • Asia Indexes Quiet Ahead Of Mega Earnings, U.S. Fed
    APPLE INC
    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares has been trending sideways since March and was up a fraction Monday.
  • Quiet On Asia Indexes Asia On Covid, U.S. Fed Ahead
    OIL
    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares slipped 0.6%, leaving it down 1.4% on the week so far.
  • Asia Indexes At Three-Week Low On U.S. Federal Reserve Rate Stunner
    Philippines Southeast Asia economy
    The dollar boasted its strongest single-day gain in 15 months as 10-year U.S. Treasury yields jumped by the most since early March.
  • Asia Indexes Static Ahead Of U.S. Fed Decision Later
    Powell
    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares barely moved; China blue chip prices dipped 0.3%.
  • Asia Share Indexes Lower Monday On Jobs, Taiwan Virus Outbreak
    Inflation
    Toshiba Corp. said Monday it would buy back up to 6% of its outstanding shares worth around 100 billion yen ($913 million).
  • Asian Markets Look To Extend Recent Gains On Jobs Data Views
    A representation of virtual currency Bitcoin and U.S. One Dollar banknotes.
    U.S. jobs figures may show the expected revival in hiring in May.
  • Asian Markets On A Cautious Start For The Week
    Small toy figurines are seen on representations of the Bitcoin virtual currency in this illustration picture.
    Bitcoin took a hammering after China cracked down on mining and trading of the cryptocurrency.
  • Asian Shares Down As Concerns Grow Over U.S. Inflation
    The United States Chamber of Commerce building is seen in Washington, D.C.
    Bond yields surged on worries the Federal Reserve might have to move early on tightening.
  • Asian Shares Flat As Japan, China Shut For Holidays
    People visit the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China during Labour Day holiday.
    Investors awaited a raft of data this week on the U.S. economy.
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