Asian shares mixed Monday as investors looking for updates on the signing of a trade deal between the U.S. and China and kept a wary eye on North Korea.
Asian stocks were mixed on Friday after positive data in China's industrial profits. Elsewhere, Japanese retail sales data for November showed worse-than-expected results.
Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday, with Hong Kong and Australia’s markets closing earlier ahead of the Christmas holiday on Wednesday.
Asian stocks rose on Monday, following the jump in U.S. shares after robust U.S. jobs data, although gains were capped by concerns about China’s economic slowdown due to the prolonged U.S.-China trade war.
Asian shares were mostly in the red at the end of Monday’s session, as shares in Hong Kong fell amid high tensions in the city.
Asian stocks surged on Tuesday, on signs that U.S. and China were nearing a truce in their prolonged trade war amid upbeat third-quarter earnings.
Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday, as investors monitored further progresses on the U.S.-China trade war, with the biggest two economies working toward a deal.
Asian stocks surged on Monday, as risk assets got a boost from hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal as soon as next month while the dollar marked time as focus shifts to the U.S. interest rate decision.
Asian shares were mainly in the green zone at the end of Friday’s session, as investors seeking guidance on developments in the U.K.’s planned exit from the EU and the U.S.-China trade war news.
Asian shares were mostly in the green at the end of Thursday’s session, as the latest data showed that South Korea’s economy sustained to slow. Meanwhile, Investors seeking the European Central bank meeting on Thursday.
Asian shares were mostly in the red at the end of Wednesday’s session, dragged by overnight developments on Brexit signaled another delay for the U.K. to leave the European Union.
Asian shares were in green territories on Tuesday, cheered by an improvement in investor sentiment around current negotiations between the United States and China.
Tokyo stock exchange was closed due to Autumnal Equinox Day Holiday.
Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday, as investors awaited the U.S. Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision.
Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday, as investors awaited the U.S. Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision.
Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday, as investors sentiment turned cautious over rising energy prices and heightened geopolitical tensions.
Asian stocks were higher on Monday, amid a cautious market as investors held expectations on likely stimulus to support growth in the world’s major economies, after signs of a slowdown in global economies.
Asian stocks were mixed on Monday, after the United States and China imposed new tariffs on each other’s goods, increasing investors’ worries over slowing global growth, with no clear end in sight for the trade war.
Asian stock markets were mixed on Thursday session as investors continued to watch the yield curve in U.S. Treasury’s, which inverted further overnight.
Asian stock markets ended Monday’s trading session in the red territory, as Shanghai Composite, Shanghai Shenzhen, Hang Seng, and KOSPI finished the session down.
Asian stock markets ended Thursday’s trading session on mixed notes as Shanghai Composite, and Shanghai Shenzhen ended higher while Hang Seng and KOSPI finished the session in the red.
Asian stock markets ended Tuesday’s trading session mostly lower as Shanghai Composite and Hang Seng ended lower while Nikkie finished the session in the red.
Asian stock markets weakened and dropped to a ten-month low on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to impose additional tariffs and worsen the trade war with China, and would likely limit fuel demand in the world’s two biggest crude consumers.
Asian shares tumbled on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump proposed imposing another 10 percent tariff on remaining $300 billion worth of Chinese imports from next month, escalating the year-long trade war between the world's two largest economies.
Asian shares surged on Tuesday, as investors prepared for the expected U.S. interest rate cut this week while the British pound retreated to a 28-month low due to concerns about a no-deal Brexit.
Asian shares closed Monday’s session on mixed notes.
Asian shares fell on Friday on mixed U.S. earnings reports and after the European Central Bank unexpectedly left interest rates unchanged.
Asian stocks surged on Thursday, as investors awaited the European Central Bank interest rate decision.
Asian markets ended Wednesday’s session mostly higher, as investors optimism grew after a report saying the U.S. Trade Representative will travel to Shanghai next week for meetings with Chinese officials.
Asian shares closed higher on Friday, as comments from a U.S. Federal Reserve official led to rising expectations the central bank could ease monetary policy more than expected.
Asian shares closed lower on Thursday, as investors closely monitor corporate earnings to assess the impact of Sino-U.S. trade frictions amid uncertainty over economic prospects.
Asian stocks were mixed on Monday’s session, as Chinese markets rose, while North Korea and Australia shares fell.
Asian markets ended Friday’s session mostly higher, as investors anticipated China trade, lending, and growth data, and as worries over U.S.-China trade tensions eased optimism rooted in expectations of a Federal Reserve rate cut this month.
Asian stock markets closed mixed on Wednesday as investors awaited comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell for possible clues on the central bank’s next move on interest rates.
Asian stock markets closed mixed on Tuesday’s session amid dampened expectations on the Fed cutting rates this month.
Asian shares were mixed on Thursday as worse-than-expected U.S. economic data raised expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve could cut interest rates at its upcoming July meeting.
Asian shares ended today’s session in the mixed territories where Shanghai Composite and KOSPI finished lower while Shenzhen Composite and Hang Seng settled in the green.
Asian shares ended today’s session in the mixed territories
Asian shares ended today’s session in the green territory where Shanghai Composite, Hang Seng, and KOSPI settled higher at the end of the session.
Asian shares ended today’s session in the red territory where Shanghai Composite, Hang Seng, and KOSPI settled lower at the end of the session.
Asian shares ended today’s session in the green territory where Shanghai Composite, Hang Seng, and KOSPI settled higher.
Most of Asian shares ended today’s session in the red territory where Shanghai Composite index finished higher while the others closed lower.
Asian markets ended today’s session in the green boosted by the news of boost to infrastructure investment in China.
Asian markets ended today’s session in the green territories after the U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the tariffs would not be slapped on Mexican goods.
Asian markets ended Thursday's session lower as increasing tensions between the U.S. and China weighed on investor sentiment.
Asian markets ended Monday's session higher as investors watched for developments from U.S. President Donald Trump’s state visit to Japan as well as results from the European parliamentary election.
Asian stocks ended Friday’s session in mixed territories as worries over trade tensions between the United States and China weighed on investor sentiment.
Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday session as trade tensions continued to linger between the U.S. and China.
Asian shares closed higher on Wednesday following an earlier slump this week as trade tensions between the U.S. and China escalated.
Asian stocks finished Today’s session lower amid uncertainty on the U.S.-China trade front after tariffs on Chinese goods were raised last Friday.
Asian stocks finished Thursday’s session lower as investors remained cautious after U.S. President Donald Trump claimed China "broke the deal" in the ongoing trade negotiations.
Asian shares fell on Wednesday session s investors digested ongoing developments in the U.S.-China trade negotiations, which sent stateside shares tumbling overnight.
Asian shares closed Tuesday session on mixed notes amid renewed tensions between the U.S. and China after Washington said tariffs on Chinese goods will rise on Friday.
Asian markets ended Tuesday's session in mixed territory, with Japan markets closed due the golden week holiday.
Asian stocks were mostly lower on Friday’s session, with investors becoming more cautious as global economic slowdown worries return to the front, with analysts pointing to an economic divergence between the U.S. and the rest of the world.
Asian markets ended Thursday's session lower amid subdued trade after losses on Wall Street and some profit-taking ahead of Easter weekend.
Asian stocks ended Tuesday’s session higher as the U.S.-Japan trade talks kicked off and the Bank of Japan chief highlighted risks of increasing trade protectionism to the global economic growth outlook.
Asian markets ended Friday’s session in mixed territories, as trepidation ahead of the start of the U.S. corporate earnings season and underlying anxiety over the global growth outlook.
Asian markets ended Wednesday’s in mixed territories, amid fresh concerns over the outlook for the global economy.
Asian markets ended Monday’s session in mixed territories, as investors cheered a much-needed rebound in U.S. payrolls while looking forward to more policy stimulus in China.
Asian stocks closed higher on Wednesday’s following a report that said the U.S. and China are closer to reaching a trade agreement.
Asian stocks ended Friday’s session in green territories as investors are optimistic over the resume of the negotiation between U.S. and China.
Asian stocks ended Thursday’s session in mixed territories as investors remained frightened about the global economic outlook.
Asian stocks ended Wednesday’s session in mixed territories as investor concerns and fears over the outlook for the global economy remained negative.
Asian stocks finished Tuesday’s session mostly higher after the previous session heavy losses as concerns over global economic slowdown weighed on investor sentiment.
Asian stocks finished Monday’s session significantly lower after weak economic data from Europe and a growing concern of potential recession in the U.S. economy.
Asian stocks finished Friday’s session higher as investors dealt with the consequences of a more dovish U.S. Federal Reserve
Asian stocks finished Thursday’s session mostly higher after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced it was keeping interest rates unchanged, and indicated that no more rate increase would be coming in 2019.
Asian stocks finished Wednesday’s session mostly lower after multiple negative reports related to the U.S.-China trade conflict. Japan stocks closed higher, while China, Korea, and Australia stocks finished the session lower.
Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday due to global doubts after the U.K. lawmakers rejected the terms of the deal for Britain to leave the European Union.
Asian markets ended higher on Tuesday’s session taking cues from global stocks which rose after last-minute tweaks to Britain's deal to leave the European Union that eased some fears of a No-Deal Brexit.
Asian markets ended Monday’s session in mixed territories after the U.S. and China missed expectations on crucial data last Friday, prompting further worries over a global economic slowdown.
Asian markets ended Friday’s session in red territories, due to Chinese trade data for February results came in lower than expected. Furthermore, investors are dealing with new concerns over the global economy situation and looking for updates on the trade talks.