|Day's range||6,338.40 - 6,358.00|
|52-week range||5,639.40 - 6,358.00|
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed on Monday as traders awaited developments on proposed trade talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
A lack of data through the day will leave the markets focused on geo-political risk, a number of risks providing food for thought at the start of the week.
Investing.com - Asian stocks were mixed in afternoon trade on Friday after White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow confirmed Chinese-U.S. trade talks will resume later this month, but warned that U.S. President Donald Trump is determined the administration gets a good deal.
Investing.com – Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Friday after White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow confirmed that Chinese and U.S. officials will meet later in August to resume trade talks.
While inflation numbers are due out of the Eurozone and Canada, it’s all eyes on the U.S Dollar, with the markets getting ready for U.S – China trade talks.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in afternoon trade on Thursday as Beijing announced plans to resume trade talks with U.S. in an attempt to alleviate tensions between the two countries.
Investing.com - Asian equities were mostly lower in morning trade on Thursday. Tencent’s earnings report was in focus after the company surprised traders with its first decline in profit in almost 13 years.
The Dollar slides early, with the Asian equity markets rebounding from heavy losses early as hopes of a U.S – China agreement on trade surface.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mostly lower in morning trade on Wednesday as recent worries over Turkey’s currency crisis continued to affect investor sentiment.
Investors are playing a cat-and-mouse game with the Turkish Lira because no one is certain how the situation will play out over the short-term.
Inflation numbers out of the UK will need to jump to hit pause on the Pound’s demise, while U.S retail sales could influence a resurgent Dollar.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in afternoon trade on Tuesday as the Turkish lira crisis began to ripple through other emerging markets. China data were also in focus as the country’s industrial data grew slower than expected.
Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Tuesday as investors continued to digest the impact of the economic uncertainty in Turkey.
Investing.com – Asian markets were mostly lower in afternoon trade on Monday as investor feared the Turkish currency crisis could spill over into the global markets.
The collapse of the Turkish lira spreads its toxic influence on the European and EM financial markets. The Turkish lira has lost 11% to 7.11 per dollar since the start of trading on Monday but somewhat stabilized after the country’s Minister of Finance gave an assurance that the government was working on a draft plan to stabilize the situation.
Investing.com - Asian markets fell in morning trade on Monday as investor sentiment took a hit amid the slump in Turkish lira on geopolitical developments.
The Turkish Lira is on the slide again as the Asian markets respond to Friday’s late moves, risk appetite on the slide and the Yen and USD up early.
It’s a big day on the data front, with the GBP, the USD and the Loonie in focus, the Pound in dire need of some positive numbers to ease the pain.
Investing.com – Asian markets were mostly higher on Thursday as China said that it would retaliate against the latest round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports.
The Dollar finds early support, while the Kiwi slumps on a broadcasted delay to a rate move until 2020. Trade war chatter remains in focus for the USD.
Investing.com – Asian markets were mixed in afternoon trade on Wednesday. Mainland Chinese stocks underperformed their regional peers for the second day after the U.S. said it would impose 25% duties on an additional $16 billion in Chinese goods in two weeks.
Investing.com – Asian markets were mixed in morning trade on Wednesday, with Chinese stocks trading lower as the U.S. said it would begin slapping 25% duties on an additional $16 billion in Chinese goods in two weeks.
The China trade surplus sees a sharp narrowing as imports surge, with trade war chatter likely to influence, the economic calendar relatively quiet.