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Wall St Week Ahead - US corporations to report best and worst of times

NEW YORK: Stock market investors who spent January swayed by oil prices, economic weakness in China and central bank speculation may continue to do that next week, even though it should be a dramatic one for earnings reports and economic data.

Asian shares rally as China drops circuit breaker, firms yuan setting

SINGAPORE/TOKYO: Asian shares rebounded on Friday, led by strong gains for battered Chinese stocks after China suspended its market circuit breaker and set a firmer midpoint rate for trading of the yuan for the first time in nine days.

Breakfast briefing: Wednesday, January 6

Breakfast briefing: Wednesday, January 6

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, January 5

Breakfast briefing: Tuesday, January 5

Wall Street opens little changed ahead of Yellen’s speech

BENGALURU: US stocks were little changed on Wednesday ahead of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s speech.

Breakfast briefing: Wednesday, December 2

Breakfast briefing: Wednesday, December 2

US stocks rise as eurozone data improves

NEW YORK: US stocks opened higher Tuesday as improving economic data from the eurozone and higher US construction data offset weak manufacturing statistics from China.

Asia shares look to break losing streak in early trade Tuesday

SYDNEY: Asian share markets crept ahead on Tuesday after the benchmark for U.S tech stocks hit its highest in 15 years, while a holiday in Japan kept currencies tethered within recent tight ranges.

Asian shares, dollar sag on caution before US payrolls

TOKYO: Asian shares and the dollar slipped in early trading on Friday, after mixed U.S. data provided little clarity on the timing of the Federal Reserve's expected interest rate hike ahead of a key U.S. jobs report later in the session.

Factory slowdown puts wrinkle in US growth outlook

WASHINGTON: U.S. factory activity braked to a more than two-year low in August, but sturdy gains in automobile sales and construction spending suggested the economy remained on solid footing.