ASX 200 continues lower for the second day breaking below the 10-day moving average. The index was down over 3% in the morning session, as energy, travel, and bank stocks plunged as were the sectors
ASX 200 index retreat today from two-month highs as the mining sector got a big hit after the steep losses in gold. Gold price plunges the last two trading session from a record high
Asian stocks turned higher ahead of the closing as the failure in negotiations between the Democrats and Republicans on a new stimulus package that will support the economy
The ASX 200 index declined by more than 70 basis points as investors braced the new cold war between the...
Asian stocks rally after the Federal Reserve announced that it would start purchasing U.S. corporate bonds in an attempt to secure liquidity for companies and credit markets amid the coronavirus crisis.
Chinese markets fell for the first day this week mirroring Wall Street and Asian indices as the fear of a second coronavirus wave rise after the USA reported more than 60,500 new coronavirus cases.
Asian markets retreat today halting the sharp rally from March lows after the Fed decision to keep interest rates unchanged while Governor Powel said that it would increase rates until 2022
ASX 200 is 0.42% lower at 5,384 for the first time in the last three trading sessions. Investors taking some profits off the table despite the retail sales rose by 8.5%
ASX 200 lost 5% on Friday marking the worst day in the last five weeks. Today the index managed to rebound from early losses, with help from banks and gold miners finished 1.41% higher at 5,319.