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TOKYO: Asian shares steadied on Tuesday as investors saw weak regional and global economic data as raising the prospect for further stimulus from central banks to underpin growth, while Europe kept hopes for some progress in tackling its debt crisis.
TOKYO: Asian shares eased on Monday after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke kept the door open for further stimulus if needed, while stopping short of giving any clear direction about an imminent move, prompting investors to look for clues in upcoming data.
KUALA LUMPUR: Faster-than-expected local and US economic growth and expectations of a mini quantitative easing stimulus from US Federal Reserve (Fed) are expected to give Bursa Malaysia a boost this week.
TOKYO: Asian shares inched up on Monday after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke kept the door open for further stimulus if needed, but gains were capped by weak economic indicators across the region and caution over U.S. data due later this week.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong shares slipped and China sank to levels not seen since early 2009 on Friday, with both markets ending August in the red after first half corporate earnings disappointed and there seemed little chance of an imminent recovery.
NEW YORK: Stocks fell and the euro retreated on Thursday as investors pared back expectations that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will signal a new round of economic stimulus in a much-anticipated address on Friday to central bankers.
TOKYO: Asian shares eased and major currencies stayed range-bound on Thursday as investors avoided betting on direction before a speech by U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, with focus on whether there will be anyhint about further U.S. stimulus.
NEW YORK: The euro rose against the U.S. dollar o n T uesday on bets the European Central Bank will soon act to tackle the bloc's debt crisis, while U.S. crude oil prices rallied as Hurricane Isaac approached the Gulf Coast. Stocks were little changed on Wall Street
NEW YORK: Global stocks held on to recent gains and U.S. Treasuries prices rose on Monday as expectations of further stimulus from top central banks gave support to markets, while oil was volatile on concerns over a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico. The SP 500 was flat but the Nasdaq Composite edged up, led by gains in Apple, which hit a record closing high of $675.68 after a patent court win on Friday.