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SHANGHAI: Asian shares and U.S. stock futures rose on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would meet with China's top trade negotiator, while sterling retreated after rallying on revived hopes of a possible Brexit deal.
NEW YORK: Stocks rose on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would meet with China's top trade negotiator on Friday, while the British pound rallied after the prime ministers of Britain and Ireland revived hopes of a possible Brexit deal.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened almost flat against the US dollar today on lack of fresh buying interest, said a dealer.
NEW YORK: Stocks gained on Wednesday on a report that China could yet agree to a partial trade deal with the United States despite recent tensions, while the prospect of a last-minute Brexit agreement between the European Union and Britain seemed as remote as ever.
TOKYO: Kansai Electric Power Co Inc’s chairman will resign to take responsibility for a graft scandal that has rocked public trust in Japan’s second-largest utility, public broadcaster NHK reported, in a reversal of his stated intention to stay on
TOKYO: A South Korean boycott of Japanese goods is seen dragging down sales at Fast Retailing Co Ltd's Uniqlo stores, denting otherwise strong financial results due to be announced on Thursday by Asia's biggest fashion group, analysts said.
TOKYO: Asian stocks fell the most in a week on Wednesday as the United States and China's ever-expanding dispute over trade and foreign policy showed little sign of coming to an end, weighing on global economic growth.
NEW YORK: Stocks fell on Tuesday as U.S.-China tensions rose further ahead of high-level trade talks, while the British pound sank on reports that Brexit negotiations were close to breaking down
TOKYO: Masayoshi Son’s startups have had a rough few months, from a botched initial public offering (IPO) by WeWork to a sharp decline in shares of Uber Technologies Inc. Now analysts are beginning to calculate that the damage for Son’s SoftBank Group Corp will likely reach into the billions of dollars.
WASHINGTON: The Trump administration is moving ahead with discussions around possible restrictions on capital flows into China, with a particular focus on investments made by U.S. government pension funds, people familiar with the internal deliberations said.