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World stock markets have rallied nearly 36% from March lows on hopes for a swift global economic recovery.
Investors and traders were cautiously awaiting the market reaction to the violent protests in the US, as clashes between protesters and police spread out across American cities following the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police
Markets kicked off the new month in mixed fashion, as protests in major US cities over the weekend threaten the nascent post-pandemic recovery in the world’s largest economy.
Data released over the weekend by China’s National Bureau of Statistics showed factory activity in the country expanding in May.
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index (HSI) is struggling to partake in the global equity rally on Thursday, considering the myriad of uncertainties that are now engulfing the city.
Mid-week market drivers with Dukascopy TV. We’ve got COVID-19 news and numbers, U.S – China tension, and optimism towards the economic.
U.S. President Trump said that he was preparing to take action against China this week over its effort to impose national security laws on Hong Kong.
Australian shares jumped to their highest value in almost three months. Japan’s Nikkei surged on fresh stimulus speculation.
The move by China drew a warning from U.S. President Donald Trump, who said the United States would react “very strongly” against it.
President Xi Jinping said China will provide $2 billion over two years to help other countries respond to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump signaled a further deterioration of his relationship with China by saying he has no interest in speaking to President Xi Jinping right now.
The tough times are likely to continue for a while longer adding to the risk aversion. Yellen and Draghi may be feeling relieved to have missed out on this one…
Chinese shares closed higher on Wednesday, reversing course from small losses as a rally in healthcare stocks boosted the index, although gains were capped due to persisting concerns around a potential second wave of COVID-19 cases.
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China’s factory-gate prices fell to a four-year low, official data showed Tuesday, with firms suffering from the economic devastation unleashed by the coronavirus on the global economy.
Despite the early strength on Monday, the markets still face headwinds which may limit gains. South Korea warned on Sunday of a potential second wave of cases. Japan is set to launch a second budget to help the country tide over the economic fallout from the pandemic
Asia – Pacific shares firm as news of top trade representatives of China and the United States holding phone talks calmed investors worried about simmering Sino-U.S. tensions
Japan’s blue-chip Nikkei average edged up on Wednesday, helped by gains in semiconductor-related stocks. The broader Topix index dropped 0.32% to 1,426.73, with air transport and land transport among the worst three performing sectors on the local bourse.
China’s central bank set the yuan at a broadly neutral midpoint, analysts said, helping take the focus off the exchange rate, a typically contentious point in Sino-U.S. ties.
Hong Kong suffered its deepest economic contraction on record in the first quarter. The RBA on Tuesday held its benchmark rates at a record low of 0.25%, but also said the economy would suffer its largest ever contraction in the first half of the year.
The U.S. and China, the world’s two largest economies, have been waging competing propaganda battles amid the public health crisis, with leaders in each country seeking to pin the blame elsewhere and claim the mantle of global leadership.