Black Monday in Asia on China risks

By Jeffrey Halley  It is turning into a Black Monday in Asia after US and European equity markets were pummelled on Friday, as China risks also rise again. Oil retreated again Monday

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Beijing reopening dulls NFP retreat

By Jeffrey Halley Wall Street had another schizophrenic day on Friday as May US Non-Farm Payrolls outperformed, rising by 390,000 jobs, slightly less than April, but well above market forecasts of 325,000.

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Markets snooze into week’s end

By Jeffrey Halley New York had a relatively quiet session overnight, with Europe’s announcement that its next round of sanctions would include Russian coal imports, having no impact on energy prices. A

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Markets gripped by inflation concerns

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Asian shares were in the red on Tuesday following a broad selloff on Wall Street overnight, as surging oil prices stoked concerns about global

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Risk averse mood dominates markets

Βy Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity Group Investors sitting at their screens Monday morning are feeling a bit anxious. The red colour can be seen across markets from Asian stocks

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Stocks cool off from record highs

By Han Tan, Market Analyst at FXTM The rally in global stocks is taking a breather before the weekend, having posted a new record high on Thursday. Most Asian benchmark indices are

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