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SHANGHAI: China’s blue-chip index closed higher on Friday, following its peers in the region, on prospects of a new round of trade talks between China and the U.S., but mixed economic data weighed on the Shanghai Composite index.
SHANGHAI: Stock markets rallied in China and Hong Kong on Thursday and the Chinese yuan firmed after the Trump administration invited Beijing to restart trade talks, offering some hope the two sides could pull back from the brink of a full-blown trade war.
SHANGHAI: It’s barely six months into a broadening Sino-U.S. trade war, and the fallout has already driven China’s stock markets into the same league as debilitated emerging markets such as Turkey, Argentina and Venezuela.
KUALA LUMPUR: The benchmark FBM KLCI pared early gains to settle in the negative territory on Wednesday following a long weekend on lack of buying momentum amid mixed performance on regional peers.
SHANGHAI: China’s main stock index on Wednesday closed at its lowest level since January 2016, as trade war concerns continued to vex investor confidence with China seeking $7 billion in sanctions against the United States over dumping duties.
SHANGHAI: Stocks in China fell on Monday morning as the threat of U.S. tariffs on nearly all of China’s exports to the United States continued to hover over markets, and as a tweet from U.S. President Donald Trump shook suppliers of tech giant Apple.
KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd, Genting Bhd and Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) closed higher on Friday and drew the FBM KLCI closer to the 1,800 psychological-level.
SHANGHAI: Stocks in China ended higher on Friday, but the Shanghai Composite index and blue-chip shares closed lower for the week, as a deadline for public comments on fresh U.S. trade tariffs expired.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia bucked the regional trend to close higher on buying interest in telecommunication and selected banking heavyweights.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI fell below 1,800 points as foreign selling pressure on blue-chip stocks continued, posting its fifth straight decline.