Most of the Asian markets gained in the week as investor confidence was lifted following the announcement of another round of quantitative easing by the U.S. Federal Reserve which is expected to rejuvenate the economic growth.
Weekly Roundup: ECB, China Stimulus Plans Lift Asian Stocks
Asian stock markets posted their first weekly gains in three weeks as the European Central Bank's (ECB) announcement about its widely anticipated bond-buying program, and Chinese stimulus measures, triggered a rally on Friday.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Decline On Global Economic Concerns
Asian markets fell in the week as investor confidence was dragged down by the increasing concerns about the global growth slowdown amid the weak economic reports from Japan and South Korea.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Stocks Fall On Global Economic Worries
Most of the Asian markets fell in the week as investor confidence was dragged down by the lack of stimulus measures from policymakers to support the global economy and regain growth momentum.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Stocks Mixed As Market Players Await Stimulus Measures
Asian markets were mixed in the week as investors maintained a watchful mode awaiting monetary easing measures from policymakers around the world to tackle the weakening of the global economic growth.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Gain On US Data, China Stimulus Hopes
Asian markets gained this week on buoyed investor confidence with indications of an improving U.S. economy and the hopes of an announcement of stimulus measures by China to regain the economic growth momentum.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Cut Down Gains As Fed, ECB Disappoint
Most of the Asian markets advanced but pared the weekly gains as the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank did not announce any stimulus measures to revive the weakening economic growth.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Fall On Euro Zone Fears
Most of the Asian markets fell in the week following the revival of the investor concerns about the deepening debt burden faced by the euro zone and worsening global economic growth.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Mixed Amid Global Growth Concerns
Asian markets were mixed this week as investors continued to have concerns about the faltering global economy and the mounting debt crisis in the euro zone.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Fall As Growth Concerns Persist
Asian markets fell this week as investor sentiment turned negative with concerns of economic slowdown in China, Japan and South Korea.
Indian Stocks, Rupee Up On Mixed Global Cues
Amid the mixed global cues, Indian markets opened on a positive note Tuesday morning.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Rise As Europe, China Cut Interest Rates
Most Asian markets rose this week as investor confidence was boosted by expectations of stimulus measures from central banks globally to regain the economic growth momentum.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Rise On Developments At EU Summit
Most Asian markets rose this week as investor sentiment turned positive with the announcement of measures at the EU summit in Brussels aimed at alleviating the current debt crisis gripping the euro zone.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Fall On Weak China Data, Disappointing Fed Stimulus Measures
Most Asian markets fell this week as investors were worried after the U.S. Federal Reserve refused to announce a further round of quantitative easing and the HSBC Flash Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) indicated that China's manufacturing activity was faltering.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Rise On Central Bank Stimulus Hopes
Asian markets rose this week amid hopes that central banks around the world will take coordinated stimulus measures to tackle the European financial crisis and regain global economic growth momentum.
Weekly Roundup: Most Asian Markets Rise On Hopes For Stimulus Measures
Asian markets rose this week amid hopes that policy makers would take concrete measures to tackle the financial crisis and regain the economic growth momentum.
India?s Sensex Rises On Positive Asian Cues
India's BSE Sensex rose Wednesday following positive cues from Asian markets and the rupee gaining.
India?s Sensex Rises Following Asian Cues, Rupee Recovery
India's BSE Sensex rose Tuesday, tracking positive cues from other Asian markets and following recovery staged by the rupee.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Fall On Weak China Data And Spain?s Banking Woes
Asian markets declined this week due to increasing concerns about China's economic slowdown and heightened Spanish banking sector woes.
Asian Markets Fall Amid Slowdown In China?s Manufacturing Growth
Asian markets fell Friday amid increasing concerns over the slowdown in economic growth in China as the country's manufacturing activity grew at a slower pace in May compared to the previous month.
BSE Sensex, NIFTY Gain As Banks, Capital Goods And Power Shares Go Up
Indian markets opened on a positive note Monday as Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex was trading at 16,360.34, 142.52 or points 0.90 percent up from the previous close and NSE Nifty was at 4,965.20, up 44.80 points or 0.80 percent, in the morning session.
Weekly Roundup: Asian Markets Slump On Euro Zone Concerns, Weak US Data
Asian markets fell this week as they succumbed to the pressures of the euro zone debt crisis and the economic data about the U.S. missing estimates. The Chinese Shanghai Index dropped 2.1 percent and the Japanese Nikkei fell 3.8 percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index plunged 5.1 percent and India's BSE Sensex slumped 0.86 percent.
China's Weak April Economic Reports Lift Odds Of Monetary Easing
Just about everything in China's economy seems to have gone backwards in April and the raft of weaker data raised fears that the world's second largest economy has yet to bottom out.
Mixed Data On Chinese Cos Intensifies Monetary Policy Guesses
A headscratcher of a report on Chinese industrial profits intensified speculation about just what exactly central bankers in that country will come up with next as the note, by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), revealed data that both supporters and detractors of monetary easing in the world's second-largest economy will find justifies their rationale.
China Manufacturing Shrinks In April, HSBC PMI Shows
China factory activates slumped for the sixth consecutive month, albeit at a slower pace, data released by HSBC showed.
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