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US stocks open higher, extending rally

Mar 19 2019 15:59

Wall Street stocks have risen on Tuesday, continuing an upward trend, following strong economic reports from Germany and Britain.

International Markets

Tokyo stocks open higher tracking gains in US shares

Mar 18 2019 09:25

Tokyo stocks have opened higher, tracking gains on Wall Street due to optimism over US-China trade talks, with investors closely eyeing the US Federal Reserve's meeting later this week.

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Hong Kong stocks well up at lunch

Mar 18 2019 09:22

Hong Kong stocks have risen sharply, extending last week's gains, as investors look ahead to the Federal Reserve's next policy meeting this week.

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Wall Street treads water amid trade, corporate worries

Mar 14 2019 16:26

Wall Street has been a little moved at the open as investors brushed aside a bevy of worrisome corporate and trade news.

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Hong Kong stocks finish morning flat

Mar 14 2019 11:19

Hong Kong shares have been headed into the break marginally lower as a positive lead from Wall Street was offset by a mixed bag of Chinese data that reinforced concerns about the world's number two economy.

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Tokyo shares close lower, giving up early gains

Mar 14 2019 11:17

Tokyo shares have closed lower as lingering concerns over the US-China trade dispute and the fate of Brexit weighed on the market in late trade, erasing their early gains.

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