ASIAN STOCK SHIVERS WITH FEARS AMID FALL OF GLOBAL STOCKS ON MONDAY
Asian equities on Monday edged down lower and seek the shelter of bonds with the Japanese yen hovering near a six-week high as risk assets fell out on growing fear about a U.S recession sending global yields plunging. Japan’s Nikkei N225 lost 3.2% to the lowest in two weeks, South Korea’s Kospi index KS11 declined 1.6% while Australian shares AXJO faltered 1.3%.
ASIAN STOCKS RISE UP ON LAST DAY OF THE WEEK
Asian shares remained higher on Friday as sentiments were boosted by upbeat U.S. data and FED cautious tone drags the US dollar lower. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.3%,while Japan’s Nikkei bucked the trend and lost 0.2%.
ASIAN STOCKS IN TOP GEAR TODAY
Asian shares rose on Thursday as investor sentiments become risk prone after Fed opt for more accommodating stance on rate outlook however concerns over slowing global growth and U.S.-China trade talks expected to be a limiting factor. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS gained 0.5% . Australian shares lost marginal 0.1%. Japan is closed on Thursday for a public holiday.
ASIAN STOCKS LOOSES MOMENTUM ON WEDNESDAY
Asian shares pared the gains and slipped from six-month highs today as investors risk appetite wanes. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan MIAPJ0000PUS dropped 0.4% along with losses in Australia and South Korea. Japan’s Nikkei. N225 was unchanged, Chinese shares. CSi300 fell 0.5%.
ASIAN STOCKS FLAT IN TRADE TODAY
Asian shares trading on a muted note on Tuesday as investors remains cautious ahead of FED policy meeting where indices were broadly supported near six-month highs on expectations the central bank will stick to the dovish tone. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan remained flat after scaling high to the level last seen in Sept 21. Japan’s Nikkei average dropped 0.3% while Australian stocks lost 0.1%.
ASIAN STOCKS START THE WEEK ON MUTED NOTE
Asian stocks started the week on a mixed note in Monday morning trade as traders awaited developments on the US-China trade front.
The Nikkei rose to 0.31%, Hang-Seng gained 0.2% Kospi down -0.02% and ASX200 shed earlier gains marginally.
ASIAN STOCKS LOCKED GAINS IN FRIDAY TRADE
Asian stocks edged higher on Friday as sentiment turns bullish on U.S-China trade talks took further progressive step. US officials release a statement which states summit to finalize trade deal will not happen at the end of Marc as decided earlier because some points still need to be discussed in closing the negotiations. The Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.5%, Shanghai Composite Index. SSEC rose 1.3% along with Japan’s Nikkei which climbed 1% and south Korea’s KOSPI KS11 gained 0.9%.
ASIAN STOCKS FLATTENS IN THURSDAY TRADE
Asian shares remain muted on Thursday as investors sentiments barely zoom and react cautiously to the data from the China. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose to 0.12%. Japan’s Nikkei gain 0.5% while Australian and New Zealand equities gained barely 0.2% each.
ASIAN STOCKS LOOSES MOMENTUM
Asian Stocks closed with losses on Wednesday as sentiments turns risk averse. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.4% in slow trade and almost every major index in the region fostered losses. Japan’s Nikkei lost 1.3% as posted weaker data on machinery orders in January which is fastest in last four months.
ASIAN STOCKS SURGES ON TUESDAY
Asian stock remains upbeat today after a lackluster start of the week yesterday following the gains in global equities. MSCI Broad-based Asia- Pacific index outside japan rose 1.17%. Oil Stocks rises on rebound witness in crude oil prices.