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LONDON: The world’s governments and central banks are shifting from rescue to recovery mode as the deepest slump since the Great Depression shows signs of bottoming out
THE US dollar witnessed a sell-off, down 1.7% to 96.677, marking a two-month low as risk-on sentiment permeates global markets after US-China tension dwindled as President Donald Trump’s measures were seen not as severe as feared.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were set to hold tight ranges on Friday after a mixed Wall Street session and as investors awaited key U.S. jobs data while sustained hopes about a global economic recovery kept pressure on the safe-haven dollar.
NEW YORK: The euro jumped to a 12-week high against the U.S. dollar on Thursday after the European Central Bank increased stimulus to shore up economies hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
NEW YORK: Stocks slumped in the U.S. and Europe as concern the recent rally had gone too far too fast overshadowed new stimulus measures and encouraging economic data.
TOKYO: The euro held near multi-month highs against rival majors Thursday on expectations the European Central Bank will expand its bond buying programme later in the day to shore up the coronavirus-stricken economy.
FRANKFURT: European Central Bank policy makers face the peculiar situation this week of being widely expected to announce more monetary stimulus well before they run out of the ammunition still to hand.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were poised to follow the global rally on Wednesday as hopes of more government stimulus bolstered riskier assets and overshadowed a host of other worries from the coronavirus to Hong Kong and growing U.S. civil unrest.
Hundreds of billions of euros in new bond-buying seen
FRANKFURT: Eurozone factories started down their long road to recovery after governments lifted lockdown restrictions, offering hope that the economy could return to growth in the coming months.