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US stocks dip as Nike, Tesla stumble

Feb 22 2019 11:05

Wall Street stocks have retreated following lackluster economic data and stumbles by some high-profile companies, including Tesla and Nike.

International Markets

Hong Kong stocks down at break

Feb 22 2019 11:01

Shares in Hong Kong have ended the morning session lower, tracking losses on Wall Street as investors keep their focus on China-US trade talks.

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International Markets

European stock markets mixed at open

Feb 21 2019 11:21

Europe's main stock markets have diverged at the start of trade, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.3% at 7 209.39 points.

International Markets

Hong Kong stocks end morning with gains on trade hopes

Feb 21 2019 10:04

Hong Kong stocks have climbed in the morning session, in line with a broad advance across Asia, as investors await news of progress in the China-US trade talks.

International Markets

Tokyo shares end up on US-China trade hopes

Feb 21 2019 10:02

Tokyo stocks have shed earlier losses to end the session marginally higher, thanks to rekindled hopes for progress in the US-China trade talks.

International Markets

Asian markets mixed after Fed minutes, eyes on trade talks

Feb 21 2019 08:23

Asian markets have been mixed after the Federal Reserve left open the possibility it could lift interest rates this year, while investors kept an optimistic eye on China-US trade talks.

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