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TOKYO: Asian shares scaled a record high on Friday on growing prospects of a large U.S. economic stimulus package, while hopes that coronavirus vaccine rollouts will boost the global economy underpinned investor sentiment.
SYDNEY: The euro was headed for its best week in a month on Friday and has blown past major resistance levels as investors piled into bets the U.S. dollar has further to fall as the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE European Central Bank (ECB) has been caught in a controversy over the way it communicates with investors.
NEW YORK: World stock markets dipped on Monday to close a record-breaking month as the prospect of a vaccine-driven economic recovery next year and further central bank stimulus measures eclipsed immediate concerns about the spiking coronavirus pandemic.
LONDON: The dollar hit its lowest in two and a half years in early London trading on Monday while riskier currencies dipped slightly as the global equities rally paused for breath.
NEW YORK: Stocks rose across the globe on Friday to close at a fresh high and remained on track for their strongest monthly performance on record but the Nasdaq outperformed on Wall Street and Treasury yields fell, indicating lingering concerns over rising coronavirus cases globally.
The economy is still too fragile to expect anything
ROME: The European Central Bank (ECB) should consider wiping out or holding forever the government debt it buys during the current crisis to help nations recover and restructure, a top Italian government official said.
RIGA: There’s a shift taking place in the low-debt economies that joined the European Union after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.