Tokyo's key Nikkei index opened higher on Friday, extending rallies on Wall Street after the US Federal Reserve unveiled massive new stimulus. The Nikkei 225 index was up 0.50 percent, or 96.92 points, at 19,442.69 in early trade, while the broader Topix index slipped 0.23 percent, or 3.22 points, to 1,413.76. Source : AFP
European stocks turned negative Thursday morning as markets react to developments related to the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. and around the world. The pan-European Stoxx 600 reversed early gains to fall 0.5% below the flatline, with oil and gas stocks jumping 4.3% while financial services and travel stocks fell 1.9% to lead losses. Global markets are reacting to news Thursday that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S. surpassed 200,000 Wednesday, doubling since Friday. President Donald Trump has warned that the country could see an even greater surge in cases over the...
Tokyo stocks fell for a fourth consecutive session Thursday following a rout on Wall Street, with investor sentiment weighed down concerns about a rising number of coronavirus cases in Japan. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 1.37 percent, or 246.69 points, to close at 17,818.72 while the broader Topix index was down 1.57 percent, or 21.21 points, at 1,329.87. Sumber : AFP
Saham Hong Kong sedikit lebih rendah pada sesi break Kamis ini setelah penurunan tajam di Wall Street di tengah kekhawatiran virus, meskipun investor berhasil mengurangi sebagian besar kerugian pasar sebelumnya. Indeks Hang Seng turun 0,09 persen, atau 20,77 poin menjadi 23.065,02.(yds) Sumber: AFP
Hong Kong stocks sank at the start of trade Thursday following a steep drop on Wall Street as worries over the rapid spread of the coronavirus played on investors' minds, overshadowing the huge stimulus measures put in place around the world. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.07 percent, or 247.12 points, to 22,838.67. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index eased 0.52 percent, or 14.29 points, to 2,720.23, while the Shenzhen Composite Index on China's second exchange dipped 0.44 percent, or 7.35 points, to 1,652.73. Sumber : AFP
Tokyo stocks opened lower Thursday following a rout on Wall Street, with investor sentiment weighed down by ongoing virus concerns in Japan, which is seeing a steady rise in cases. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 0.24 percent or 43.62 points to 18,021.79 in early trade while the broader Topix index was down 0.46 percent or 6.27 points at 1,344.81. Sumber : AFP