Gold declined for a second day as investors favored riskier assets and weighed President Donald Trump™s comments on trade talks with China.
Stocks in Asia gained along with U.S. futures Monday, while Treasury yieldscontinued to recover from multi-year lows reached last week, when an inversion in the yield curve sparked recession worries. Trump said the U.S. is œdoing very well with China, and talking! but suggested he wasn™t ready to sign a trade deal, hours...
Crude held gains after a drone attack on oil and gas facilities in Saudi Arabia underscored geopolitical risk in the Middle East and as investors assess signs of progress in trade negotiations with China.
Futures on Monday were little changed after climbing 0.7% on Friday. Saudi Arabian Oil Co. said oil operations weren™t interrupted after a small fire was extinguished at a natural gas liquids plant at the at the Shaybah field. President Donald Trump said in a...
Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday, tracking rallies on Wall Street with all eyes on key events this week including a major speech by the US Federal Reserve chief.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was up 0.90 percent, or 182.81 points, at 20,601.62 in early trade, while the broader Topix index climbed 0.68 percent, or 10.17 points, to 1,495.46.
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Hong Kong shares ended Monday's morning session with strong gains following a healthy lead from Wall Street and fuelled by fresh hopes for China-US trade talks.
The Hang Seng Index jumped 1.87 percent, or 482.01 points, to 26,216.23.
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European stocks opened higher on Monday as hopes emerge for stimulus from central banks and fiscal measures from major economies such as China and Germany.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 jumped 0.8% at 372.97 at the opening bell, with basic resources surging 1.8% as all sectors and major bourses traded in positive territory.
German finance minister Olaf Scholz said on Sunday that Germany has the fiscal strength to mitigate any future economic crisis with œfull force and suggested that...