U.S. stocks rebounded on Friday as an ebbing bond rally and news of potential German economic stimulus brought buyers back to the equities market, closing the book on a tumultuous week. While all three major U.S. stock averages ended the session higher, they still logged their third consecutive weekly losses, having been rattled since Monday by growing U.S.-China trade animosity, simmering geopolitical tensions and signals from the bond market that sparked fears of impending recession. Germany™s coalition government is willing to suspend its balanced budget rule and take on debt,...

Read more

RECENT NEWS

European stocks gained the most in more than two weeks on signs the global economic expansion that pushed benchmarks to records in 2017 remains intact. Commodities extended a record run of gains as oil climbed from the highest close in three years. Builders and automakers led the advance in Europe, with most of the sectors in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index showing green.  The...

Hong Kong's benchmark stock index rose for the seventh straight session on Thursday, hitting a fresh 10-year high and pacing gains in Asian markets as solid United States and German economic data boosted sentiment. At the close of trade, the Hang Seng index was up 175.53 points or 0.57 percent at 30,736.48. The Hang Seng China Enterprises index rose 0.95 percent to 12,203.55. The sub-index of...

Asian shares rose for a third day, with Japanese stocks leading gains on the countrys first trading day of 2018, after U.S. equities climbed to a new record. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index advanced 1.2 percent to 177.98 as of 4:34 p.m. in Hong Kong, heading for another all-time high. Japans Topix jumped 2.6 percent and the Nikkei 225 added 3.3 percent for their biggest...

China stocks extended gains on Thursday, up for the fifth session in a row, aided by data showing Chinese services sector activity grew at its best pace in more than three years in December. Chinas services sector activity expanded in December on solid growth in new business, with the outlook improving to a six-month high, a private sector survey showed on Thursday. At the close, the...

Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei index surged more than three percent on the first trading day of 2018 as investors caught up with recent rallies on Wall Street, fuelled by optimism over the US economy. The bellwether index rose 3.26 percent, or 741.39 points, to close at 23,506.33, while the broader Topix index was up 2.55 percent, or 46.26 points, at 1,863.82. Source: AFP

DISCLAIMER

Seluruh materi atau konten yang tersaji di dalam website ini hanya bersifat informatif saja, dan tidak dimaksudkan sebagai pegangan serta keputusan dalam investasi atau jenis transaksi lainnya. Kami tidak bertanggung jawab atas segala akibat yang timbul dari penyajian konten tersebut. Semua pihak yang mengunjungi website ini harus membaca Terms of Service (Syarat dan Ketentuan Layanan) terlebih dahulu dan dihimbau untuk melakukan analisis secara independen serta memperoleh saran dari para ahli dibidangnya.