Asian Markets Advance On U.S.-China Trade Optimism

Asian stock markets are in positive territory on Wednesday despite the mixed cues from Wall Street amid optimism about U.S.-China trade relations. News that China plans to cut tariffs on U.S.-made cars to 15 percent and that a Canadian court has granted bail to Chinese telecom giant Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou boosted investor sentiment.
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Asian Markets Mostly Higher Ahead Of U.S. Midterm Elections

Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Tuesday following the mostly positive cues from Wall Street. Nevertheless, investors are cautious as they look ahead to the U.S. midterm elections to be held later in the day, which will decide control of both the House and Senate. Democrats are seen as having a much better chance to claim a majority in the House than in the Senate.
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Asian Shares Retreat Ahead Of US Elections, Fed Meeting

Asian stocks fell across the board on Monday as hopes of an imminent U.S.-China trade deal faded and investors looked ahead to the U.S. mid-term elections as well as the FOMC meeting for directional cues.
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Asian Markets In Positive Territory

Asian stock markets are higher on Wednesday, the last trading day of a brutal October, following the overnight gains on Wall Street in a late-stage rally. However, gains are modest in most markets as investors digested a raft of economic data and corporate earnings results. The Chinese market is higher despite the release of weaker than expected China manufacturing PMI data for October.
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Asian Markets Mostly Higher With Modest Gains

Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Tuesday with markets attempting a rebound after recording losses in the previous session, despite the weak cues overnight from Wall Street. Nevertheless, gains are modest in most markets amid worries about higher oil prices following rising tensions between Saudi Arabia and the West over the disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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Asian shares on edge after nine-day rout, mood shaky as volatility spikes

Asian shares appeared tentative on Friday, holding steady after a nine-day losing streak, but sentiment was frail after Wall Street shares crumbled and expectations of market volatility shot up to an eight-month high.


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Asian Markets Mostly Lower In Cautious Trade

Asian stock markets are mostly lower on Wednesday with investors treading cautiously following the mixed cues from Wall Street amid lingering worries about the impact of rising interest rates and U.S.-China tensions. Investors also digested U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments that he did not like the Federal Reserve’s decision to continue raising interest rates.
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Asian Markets Mixed; Nikkei Rises

Asian stock markets are mixed on Monday following the lackluster cues from Wall Street Friday and as investors digested mixed regional economic data, including data showing a slowdown in China’s manufacturing sector in September. Investors also digested media reports that the U.S. and Canada have reached an agreement on a framework North American Free Trade Agreement deal.
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