Asian stocks trading mixed as traders follow the news about the rising number of new coronavirus and turn their attention to safe-haven assets such as gold which is approaching the 1,800 mark.
Asian stocks jumped higher on Monday with increased volumes, amid optimism for a fast recovery. Chinese stocks rallied after China's Securities Times in an article pointed to a healthy bull market in equities
Asian markets are trading higher on hopes for a fast recovery and on the news for a coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech, which provided promising results in early-stage human trials.
Asian markets started the third quarter of the year mixed as the economic data from China, and the USA are improving offsetting the concerns about rising in new coronavirus infections. The China Caixin manufacturing PMI, which measures the factory activity in China came in at 51.2, beating the expectations for […]
Asian stocks managed to rebound today as investors shift their attention to economic data, leaving behind the rising number of new coronavirus infections.
Asian stocks started the week lower as the rising number of coronavirus cases threatens the global economic recovery. There are now over 500,000 coronavirus deaths worldwide. While in the USA, there are 2.5 million cases and 125,000 deaths.
Asian stocks finished higher in a volatile session after the White House trade advisor, Peter Navarro said trade deal with China is over because China failed to inform the US about coronavirus outbreak.
Asian markets trading mostly lower after a late reversal in Wall Street as investors sold stocks amid a rise in the number of new COVID-19 cases threatens the fast recovery in the global economy.
AUDUSD traded higher in a muted mode as the pair consolidates after the correction from yearly highs. As the trade tensions between Australia and China rises