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TOKYO: Asian shares were effectively flat in Wednesday morning trade, cautiously marking time before key U.S. jobs data and news from central bank policy meetings in Japan and Europe later in the week.
HONG KONG: The Philippines could attract more capital inflows after winning its first-ever investment grade rating, but any boost to local bonds, stocks or the peso currency is likely to be mild for now, investors and analysts say.
TOKYO: Asian shares rebounded on Tuesday from the previous session's steep falls, but investors remained wary over a bailout plan for Cyprus which was set for a parliamentary vote later in the day.
TOKYO: Asian shares inched higher on Tuesday, following Wall Street's record close overnight as growing confidence in the U.S. economy overrode concerns in the euro zone, while the yen slipped to fresh lows on speculation over imminent monetary easing.
NEW YORK: Wall Street mostly edged higher on Wednesday, with the Dow hitting another record, helped by a private payroll survey that bodes well for the monthly jobs report due at the week's end.
NEW YORK: ,Market professionals sometimes deride it as a relic, deeply flawed in its structure, useful mostly as the man-on-the-street’s window on the stock market.