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TOKYO: A rally in Asian shares fizzled out on Thursday as markets marked time before the European Central Bank's policy decision later in the day, with the euro staying pressured by widespread expectations of a rate cut to support fragile euro zone growth.
TOKYO: Asian shares rose on Tuesday as manufacturing data around the world highlighted the drag on growth from the protracted euro zone debt crisis, raising expectations that major central banks will take further policy steps to support the fragile economy.
LONDON: European shares joined a global rally in stocks on Tuesday as expectations rose that major central banks will take more policy action to support the world economy, after factory data showed the negative impact of the euro zone debt crisis.
TOKYO: Asian shares rose on Monday with sentiment brightening at the start of the third quarter after Europe agreed to shore up the region's banks, while investor attention is turning to the health of the U.S. economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: THE FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) will most likely trend higher this week as the outcome of the European Leaders Summit is expected to be a favourable impact coupled with encouraging global economic data and local window dressing activities.
TOKYO: Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund, the world's biggest public pension fund, said on Monday it had selected six asset management companies to actively manage emerging market equities in its $1.35 trillion portfolio.
NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks rose and the euro fell to its lowest level versus the U.S. dollar in over two weeks on Tuesday, as technical buying offset a near tripling in Spanish debt costs on doubts a European summit can ease the region's debt crisis.
NEW YORK: Global stock indexes and the euro sank on Monday on doubts that a European summit this week would move any closer to solving the region's festering debt crisis, a pessimistic outlook that sparked a bid for safe-haven assets.