Wall Street's main indexes fell on Friday as the longest period of employment growth on record in the United States came to an abrupt end, with data showing that hundreds of thousands of people lost their jobs last month due to the coronavirus. The Labor Department's report confirmed that a recession was underway as business activity came to a standstill, but investors fear it did not reflect the full extent of the economic pain as the survey considered data until mid-March. With the S&P 500 down about 25% from its mid-February record highs, or nearly $7 trillion in market value,...

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Hong Kong shares slipped Wednesday morning following a sell-off on Wall Street, while investors weigh the prospect of countries extending lockdowns to contain the deadly coronavirus. The Hang Seng Index fell 0.92 percent, or 218.07 points to 23,385.41 by the break. Sumber : AFP

Hong Kong stocks start with losses

Wednesday, 1 April 2020 08:59 WIB

Hong Kong stocks fell more than one percent at the start of trade Wednesday following a sell-off on Wall Street, with investor confidence continuing to be rattled by the coronavirus crisis. The Hang Seng Index slipped 1.01 percent, or 237.58 points, to 23,365.90. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dipped 0.25 percent, or 6.76 points, to 2,743.54, while the Shenzhen Composite Index on...

Tokyo shares opened lower on Wednesday, extending losses on Wall Street amid a broader market rout over the coronavirus outbreak. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 1.87 percent, or 353.05 points, to 18,563.96 in early trade, while the broader Topix index dropped 1.78 percent, or 24.92 points, to 1,378.12. Sumber : AFP

Hong Kong stocks closed on a positive note Tuesday, in line with a broad Asia advance and following a rally on Wall Street, while investors welcomed a surprisingly strong factory activity report out of China. The Hang Seng Index jumped 1.85 percent, or 428.37 points, to 23,603.48. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.11 percent, or 3.08 points, to 2,750.30, but the Shenzhen...

Stocks ended lower Tuesday, capping a brutal quarter that saw the global COVID-19 pandemic trigger a historic market selloff. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped around 410 points, or 1.8%, to end near 21,917, according to preliminary figures. The blue-chip gauge fell 23.2% over the first three months of the year, its worst first-quarter performance on record and biggest overall quarterly...

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