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Coca-Cola Fortifies Wall Street’s Opening

On Tuesday, calming concerns over the pace of economic growth were companies that lifted a batch of substantial upbeat earnings reports, including Coca-Cola and...

Current Stock Market Fluctuation Plunges US Treasury Yields

On Thursday, the early signs of the U.S.-China trade war hurt corporate earnings. Wall Street stocks plunged, and Asian share markets weakened. The signs further...

Stock Values: World Stocks Tumble on Trump Threat

STOCK VALUES: Stocks around the globe declined on Friday while bonds jumped as a result of investor panic after US President Donald Trump’s shock...

Asian Stocks Edge Up on Wall Street Strength

Asian stocks inched up in subdued trade on Thursday after Wall Street ended higher, but political uncertainty in the United States and concerns about...

US Stocks Lower Overnight, Asian Markets Follow Suit

US stocks were lower after the close on Thursday night, with losses in the Technology, Industrial, and Basic Materials sectors led the shares lower. Read more here!

US Futures Plummet, Asian Shares Drop in Flash Crash

US stock futures slipped and Asian shares stumbled on Thursday after a rare revenue warning from Apple Inc added to worries about slowing global growth and weaker earnings and jolted currency markets. Read more here!

Asian Stocks Slump on Lackluster Caixin PMI Data

Asian equities fell during the afternoon trade on Wednesday, with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng plummeting 3 percent, as weaker-than-expected Caixin PMI data dampened investors’ sentiment. Read more here!

Asian Stocks Gain on Wall Street Optimism

Asian stocks rose on Friday after Wall Street finished the volatile trade in positive territory, adding to the previous session’s big gains, although lingering investor anxiety support safe-haven currencies such as yen. Read more here!

Asian Markets Kick Off with Caution after Soft Economic Data

Asian stock markets started the week on a cautious step following the soft economic data from China and Europe added to evidence of cooling global growth and reinforced anxiety over the broadening impact of international trade frictions. Read more!