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Fed keeps U.S. stocks off to a solid start
... traded at 0.7094. The New Zealand dollar struggled to stay above 0.6437. After a one-day break, the FTSE 100 in London resumed after a one-day break with the key index rising 0.22 percent. In Germany, the Dax gained 0.72 percent, while the Paris-based CAC 40 added 0.79. percent. Asian markets were quiet with Japan, mainland China and Singapore closed for public holidays. The Australian All Ordinaries dropped 36.00 points or 0.47 percent to 7,587. The S&P NZX 50 declined 108.54 points or 0.92 percent ...
Updated: 05/03/2022
Wall Street ends flat, tech stocks rally
... the Australian dollar was able to beat the storm Monday, finishing largely unchanged at 0.7051. On overseas equity markets, the UK, China and Hong Kong bourses were closed for public holidays. The Dax dropped 1.13 percent in Germany. The Paris-based CAC 40 was off 1.66 percent. The Nikkei 225 in Japan fell 29.37 points or 0.11 percent to 26,818. The Australian All Ordinaries fell 101.20 points or 1.31 percent to 7,623. In New Zealand, the S&P NZX 50 dropped 99.94 points or 0.84 percent to 11,784....
Updated: 05/02/2022
Global shares fall as energy ministers discuss Russia, China
... barrel as European energy ministers were set to meet to discuss Russian supply issues and sanctions. The U.S. futures advanced after a rout on Wall Street on Friday. Trading was closed for holidays in China, many other Asian markets, and Britain. The CAC 40 in Paris fell by 1.7% in early trading to 6,420. Germany's DAX was down nearly 1.0% at 13,963. The Dow industrials' future rose 0.3%, while the S&P 500's future was 0.2% higher. A report showing that Chinese factory activity has been hurt by a ...
Updated: 05/02/2022
Wall Street drags on, Nasdaq plunges 536 points
... a two-year high, shrugs off any impact of recent sanctions, which was the strongest currency on Friday. The biggest mover on overseas equity markets was Hong Kong's Hang Seng which surged 813 points or 4.01 percent to 21,089. In Paris, France, the CAC 40 jumped by 0.39 percent. The German Dax added 0.84 percent. The Shanghai Composite rose 2.41 percent. The Australian All Ordinaries increased by 1.08 percent. The S&P NZX 50 climbed 0.07 percent in New Zealand. South Korea's Kospi Composite added ...
Updated: 04/29/2022
Wall Street shrugs off big GDP miss
... dollar was steady at 1.2801. The Australian dollar was sold to 0.7096. The New Zealand dollar was down to 0.6488. On overseas equity markets, the FTSE 100 in London gained 1.13 percent. In Germany, the Dax increased by 1.35 percent. The Paris-based CAC 40 increased by 0.98 percent. Japan's Nikkei 225 shot up 461.27 points or 1.75 percent to close Thursday at 26,847. The Australian All Ordinaries rose 95.40 points or 1.26 percent to 7,642. In New Zealand, the S&P NZX 50 rose by 149.57 points or ...
Updated: 04/28/2022
Chinese firm Full Truck delays Hong Kong listing
... Vision Fund and Tencent Holdings and known as Manbang in China, has been planning a dual primary listing in Hong Kong. In June of last year, it raised $1.6 billion in its initial public offering IPO in New York. The Cyberspace Administration of China CAC said in July last year it was looking into two of Full Truck's apps as part of an investigation aimed at preventing national data security risks and safeguarding national security Full Truck , which was unable to take on new customers pending the ...
Updated: 04/28/2022
Wall Street gains, euro falls after volatile trading
... fell to 0.9690. The Canadian dollar weakened to 1.2823, the Australian dollar continued to crumble, last quoted at 0.7123. The New Zealand dollar was down to 0.6542. Germany's Dax increased by 0.27 percent on overseas equity markets. The Paris-based CAC 40 was up 0.48 percent. London's FTSE 100 added 0.53 percent. The Shanghai Composite gained 71.86 points or 2.49 percent to close Wednesday at 2,958. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong increased 11.65 points or 0.06 percent to 19,946. The Australian All ...
Updated: 04/27/2022
Dollar gains as Wall Street struggles
... The Canadian dollar was slightly lower at 1.2813. The Australian dollar fell to 0.7135. The New Zealand dollar plunged to 0.6572. The Japanese yen gained, it rose to 127.50. Germany's Dax fell 1.20 percent over the course of the day. The Paris-based CAC 40 was down 0.54 percent. London's FTSE 100 added 0.08 percent. The Australian All Ordinaries was the worst performer in the Asian Pacific region, losing 152.40 points or 1.96 percent to 7,615. In New Zealand, the S&P NZX 50 dropped 95.22 points ...
Updated: 04/26/2022
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