Asian stock markets are in negative territory on Wednesday, the first trading day of 2019, in the absence of fresh cues overnight from Wall Street.
Asia stocks advanced on Friday after Wall Street ended volatile trade in positive territory, adding to the previous session’s big gains.
Asian shares on Thursday rode a dramatic surge on Wall Street as markets, hammered by a recent drum roll of deepening political and economic gloom.
Global Markets: Asian Stock Markets : Nikkei up 0.89%, Shanghai Composite up 0.10% Commodities : Gold at $1266.25 (+0.65%), Silver at $14.78 (+0.55%), Brent Oil at $54.27 (+0.31%), WTI Oil at $45.81 (+0.48%) Rates : US 10-year yield at 2.788, UK 10-year yield at 1.305, Germany 10-year yield at 0.248 News & Data: BOJ Minutes: … Continue reading Wednesday 26th December: Japanese markets try to recoup losses
U.S. President Donald Trump privately discussed firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell also weighed on investor sentiment. Some of the markets will close early for Christmas.