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New Delhi, Oct 2 (PTI) Stock markets may remain affected in the coming week by factors including global trends, macroeconomic data announcement and foreign capital inflows, analysts say. Analysts said the market will keep an eye on the future course of the rupiah against the dollar and crude oil prices. Due to Dussehra Festival this …

Truflation, a major contributor to standalone economic and financial data, has announced that it is engaging in a formal link with the Chainlink BUILD program. Following this and as a full partner, Truflation intends to continue to make the various unique data indexes, which have been created only by Chainlink BUILD, better known and popular, …

The FED considered slowing or even halting rate hikes several months ago as the US and global economy headed into recession. The US economy has indeed entered a recession, as confirmed by today’s second-quarter GDP revision after a second straight quarter of contraction. But, the GDP figure is historic, as it shows the economic situation …

WASHINGTON—Industries vary in the relative contributions they make to national economies, but even among advanced industries, the information technology (IT) sector stands out with well-paying jobs, low price inflation for consumers, strong exports and superior innovation, according to a new statistical report of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the leading science and technology …

(Video Transcript) German economic data Welcome, let’s now look at a risky event for the week starting Monday, September 26. Next week we have German Consumer Confidence Gfk, Ifo Business Climate and German Consumer Price Index (CPI) data, all of which could conspire to see markets come under further pressure. But before that, we have …

They say numbers don’t lie, but they can mislead. Try to build a solid forecast for the fourth quarter economic outlook about to begin, and things clearly get fuzzy. Former CEO of Saks Fifth Avenue and MasterCard senior advisor Steve Sadove told PYMNTS’ Karen Webster that depending on where you look and how you do …

The New Zealand stock market had one of its lightest trading days of this eventful year, posting a slight gain, awaiting the next move in interest rates. The S&P/NZX 50 index left a the morning low at 11,530.01 and finished ahead by 38.44 points or 0.33% at 11,570.43. There were only 18.85 million trades in …

It’s been a busy week for UK economic statistics and, as usual, the bag has been mixed. On Monday we got the GDP figures, which showed the UK economy grew 0.2% month-on-month in July, marking a recovery from the 0.6% decline of June, but was below market expectations for growth of 0.5%. On an annual …

A map of average annual salaries by company in each county in Iowa, provided by the Legislative Services Agency. Based on US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages. A heat map of median household income by county in Iowa in 2020. Source: US Census Bureau, Small Area Estimates Branch A map …

Oil prices fell 2% on Tuesday, reversing earlier gains as U.S. consumer prices rose unexpectedly in August, giving the U.S. Federal Reserve cover for another big interest rate hike the next week. Brent crude futures for November delivery fell $2.05, or 2.2%, to $91.95 a barrel at 11:38 a.m. ET (4:38 …

Australian stocks hit their highest level in more than a week on Monday as rising commodity prices boosted mining and energy stocks, with investors watching key data due this week. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose almost 1% at 0019 GMT. The U.S. consumer price report is due out on Tuesday, while Australian jobs data is …

A busy week of economic data, a Bank of England policy decision and corporate updates were scheduled for the week ahead, although following the death of Queen Elizabeth some organizations began to postpone the planned events. The Bank announced on Friday that it would postpone the meeting and decision on interest rates of its Monetary …

Revenue register includes Adobe, Manchester United and Oracle After the shortened holiday week, Wall Street will have a deluge of economic data to sift through. The ledger includes readings of the consumer price index (CPI) and producer price index (PPI), as well as an index of consumer sentiment released Friday by the University of Michigan. …

The rupee exchange rate opened 15 points lower at Rs 14,898 per US dollar in the spot market this morning. The strengthening US Dollar against the release of US employment data later this week put pressure on the Rupee. bring together fleurbergThe Rupee continued to weaken to Rp 14,903 at 09.25 WIB, a far cry …

The local stock market regained more lost ground on encouraging economic news. The main index jumped 104.37 points or 1.58% to close at 6,692.65 as conglomerates continued to lead the advance while banks and mining companies were in the red. Volume however weakened to 1.02 billion shares worth 4.59 billion pesos as winners outpaced losers …

FXEmpire.com – The U.S. dollar is trading higher against a basket of major currencies on Thursday night, but after hitting a 20-year high earlier in the session. The greenback’s strength was fueled by the release of US economic data showing a strong and resilient economy, giving the Federal Reserve the green light to aggressively raise …

New Zealand Dollar, NZD/USD, Chinese Economic Data, Market Sentiment – TALKING POINTS Asia-Pacific stocks aim lower after bearish New York trading session China’s manufacturing PMI could reverse sentiment if data surprises on the upside NZD/USD Outlook Looks Bearish as Prices Below Major Moving Averages Wednesday’s Asia-Pacific Outlook A bearish trading session in New York that …

(The Center Square) – New economic data shows Georgia outpacing many other states across the country. Georgia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate now sits at a record high of 2.8% in July. A new WalletHub analysis found that Georgia has the 15th best change in its unemployment rate. “It’s mainly because July’s jobless count was more …

August 26 (Reuters) – Copper prices rose on Friday as hopes grew that further stimulus in China, the metals’ biggest consumer, would boost demand, while better-than-expected economic data in the United States and Europe also supported the market. . Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange CMCU3 was up 0.5% at $8,172 a tonne, as …

youS shares fell from session highs amid a flurry of weak economic data as investors awaited Fed officials’ speeches at the Jackson Hole Symposium later this week. Now, a rate hike of 50 or 75 basis points is a 50/50 chance per the price of futures on CME Group’s FedWatch tool. The yield on US …

US new home sales plunge to 6½ year low PMI data bolsters expectations of a European recession Investors wonder how hawkish the Fed will be in Jackson Hole Oil rebounds as Saudis talk production cuts NEW YORK, Aug 23 (Reuters) – The dollar eased and yields initially fell on Tuesday as data showing slower economic …

Yesterday’s market wrap Sentiment turned slightly bullish for the USD after Wednesday night’s FOMC minutes, as they did not include any hawkish commentary, raising the odds of a rate hike by 0.50%. The Fed’s Bullard even commented on another 75 basis point hike yesterday. The day started with Australian employment reports, which showed a 0.1% …

The dollar/yen is trading flat on Thursday as traders await the direction of a slew of U.S. economic data, including the Philly Fed Manufacturing Index, weekly jobless claims, existing home sales and the leading index of the Conference Board. The Forex pair jumped early in the session on Wednesday on flat-to-better U.S. retail sales data, …

At 9am, the local currency weakened to 4.4650/4670 against the greenback from yesterday’s close at 4.4570/4595. ―Photo Reuters Tuesday, August 16, 2022 9:59 AM MYT KUALA LUMPUR, August 16 ― The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar today as poor economic data from China weighed on emerging currencies, including the ringgit, analysts said. At …

July retail sales are the next big macro data point to watch for the stock market. A beating in retail sales could boost Fed hawkishness, putting pressure on the recent rally in equities. U.S. retail sales will be the next major data stop on the way to the Federal Reserve’s rate hike decision next month …

Long-term US Treasury yields fell on Friday as market participants sorted through a busy week of economic data. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury fell 5 basis points to 2.84%. The 30-year Treasury bond yield also fell about 5 basis points to 3.108%. Yields move inversely to prices and one basis point is equal …

He was referring to the latest figures from the US Commerce Department, which said the economy shrank 0.9% on an annualized basis in the second quarter. This follows an annual decline of 1.6% from January to March this year. But a recession is not two consecutive quarters of declining GDP, Wesbury said at the event. …

Stocks returned some of their recent gains on Thursday as a choppy trading day on Wall Street ended with a mixed ending for major indexes. The S&P 500 closed down 0.1% after oscillating between small gains and losses. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.3%, while the Nasdaq rose 0.4%. Energy stocks, the biggest gainers …

WASHINGTON, DC – Economic numbers may not look good, the National Retail Federation (NRF) does not see a recession looming at the next turn. Despite two consecutive quarters of decline, the US economy still does not appear to be in recession and is unlikely to enter one this year, NRF chief economist Jack Kleinhenz said …

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rebounded on Wednesday morning amid new economic data, while AMD stock fell 6% on a weak sales outlook. X Key earnings drivers on Wednesday include Advanced micro-systems (AMD), Airbnb (ABNB), SVC Health (SVC), Evolutionary Health (EVH), PayPal (PYPL), SolarEdge Technologies (SEDG) and Starbucks (SBUX). ABNB stock fell 7% on weaker-than-expected …

Breadcrumb Links FP Investor Martin Pelletier: But the truth may be between the two Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Files Content of the article There has been no place to hide in the markets this year other than energy stocks. But they too became …

Crude Oil has been bearish since mid-June, after failing to hold above $120. Since then, the pressure has been on the downside with US Oil WTI falling below $100 and attempts to push above this major level have failed as the price continues to move back below this level quite quickly. The focus has been …

Markets benefited from a good week at the height of earnings season and a large batch of new economic data. The S&P 500 rose 4.26% despite mixed data and earnings and the Federal Reserve raising interest rates another 75 basis points. Economic data New housing and consumer confidence data highlighted economic data from earlier in …

WASHINGTON, July 27 (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark overnight interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point in a bid to rein in the steepest inflation spike since the 1980s, with “continuous increases” in borrowing costs. still ahead despite signs of an economic slowdown. “Inflation remains elevated, reflecting …

For the past few weeks, the market has looked like a rusty old truck trying to climb a rainy dirt road. Every time it seems to build up traction, it slips and slides lower down the slope. That’s until last week when he posted his first positive performance in six weeks. Friday’s close above 90 …

Oil prices ended the week lower on Friday after the European Union said it would allow Russian state-owned companies to ship oil to third countries as part of a sanctions adjustment agreed by member states this week. Brent crude, the benchmark for two-thirds of the world’s oil, ended Friday down 0.6% at $103.20 a barrel. …

NEW YORK, July 21 (Xinhua) — U.S. stocks rose on Thursday as investors analyzed a slew of earnings reports and economic data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 162.06 points, or 0.51%, to 32,036.90. The S&P 500 rose 39.05 points, or 0.99%, to 3,998.95. The Nasdaq Composite Index added 161.96 points, or 1.36%, to 12,059.61. …

KARACHI: Pakistan’s stock market saw a resumption of earnings season on Wednesday as investors weighed in on surging global equities and strong data of $31.3 billion in remittances for fiscal 2022.Ahsan Mehanti of Arif Habib Corp said that after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff-level agreement to release the next tranche this month and reports …

This is CNBC Senior Markets Commentator Mike Santoli’s daily blog with insights into market trends, stocks and statistics. A breakfast of benign economic and earnings data, along with easily digestible Fedspeak, is fueling a relief rally in equities, with “better than feared” entries slightly easing recession worries, earnings pain and the aggressiveness of the Federal …

Stocks rallied on Friday in response to a fresh slew of bank earnings and promising economic data as fears of a 100 basis point rate hike from the Federal Reserve to tame rising inflation waned. appeased. The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 658.09 points, or 2.15%, to 31,288.26. The S&P 500 jumped 1.92% to 3,863.16 …

And Julian Jessop believes the imminent arrival of a new Prime Minister would dispel the current uncertainty – and give the national economy a boost in the process. The former chief economist at the Institute of Economic Affairs and self-proclaimed ‘Brexit optimist’ was commenting after new figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) …

Investor worries about the overheating U.S. economy are giving way to recessionary jitters as analysts fear the Federal Reserve could stifle growth with its rapid monetary policy tightening. Markets are aggressively pricing in Fed rate hikes in the coming months, while signaling expectations that the central bank will change course next year and start cutting …

Demand for air travel has skyrocketed, but trying to find seats using points is impossible. Here’s the best way to use your points The cost of flying has skyrocketed as we all rush to get airborne again. Experts call it a “revenge trip”, but we are all catching up with two years of restrictions. But …

European stocks extended their gains on Thursday, with Basic Resources and Autos&Parts following a recent run of better-than-expected data in the United States and fiscal stimulus talks in China. “To be fair, the global outlook for the indices looks brighter following yesterday’s Fed minutes, if only because everyone seems happy to fix the problem for …

U.S. equity benchmarks rose after midday on Thursday and government bond yields jumped as jobless claims hit their highest level since January, prompting investors to gauge the pace at which the Reserve federal government will continue to raise interest rates as the economy softens. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.8% to 31,294.2, the S&P …

We start a new half of the trading year with a normal session followed by a long three-day weekend in the United States, commemorating the July 4 Independence Day. In this one, after the worst first half (1H) of trading since 1970, we again see pre-market futures in the red. Trading volume is not expected …

NEW YORK, June 30 (Xinhua) — The U.S. dollar weakened late in Thursday’s trading as market participants analyzed a flurry of economic data. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major peers, fell 0.40% to 104.6860. At the close of trade in New York, the euro was up at US$1.0483 from $1.0444 in …

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 2% as the stock market suffered another sell-off on inflation and economic data. The S&P 500 is having its worst first six months of the year since 1970, and it’s the worst six months of any other index. X The Dow Jones led the market lower with …

JPositive Chinese economic data today could fuel a potential further rally in Chinese equities, typically in the Hang Seng Index. China’s manufacturing PMI for June came in at 50.2 from 49.6 the previous month, while the services PMI was recorded at 54.7 from 47.8 in May. Chinese factory activity expanded for the first time in …

Few things say summer in America better than the 4th of July weekend. And, as June draws to a close this week, investors and economists will offer good riddance to a second quarter that saw inflation rage and markets slump. But, before that can happen, the week starting Monday will offer some final reminders of …

Newswires MT 2022 All the news from DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL 4:01 p.m. IMF Backs Biden’s ‘Build-Build-Better’ Plan, Says IMF Managing Director Georgieva MT 4:01 p.m. Expect US economy to slow due to political actions, uncertainties remain, dir.. MT 4:01 p.m. The “confident” Fed will be effective …

Bed Bath & Beyond, Micron and Walgreens Boots Alliance to report earnings The month of June should end in style. The last week of the summer solstice month will be jam-packed with economic data, including first quarter gross domestic product (GDP) revisions, a host of personal consumption expenditure (PCE) inflation updates and the Chicago Purchasing …

Lemon_tm/iStock via Getty Images By Blu Putnam In short A return to pre-pandemic patterns is slowly occurring, with goods inflation still outpacing services inflation Whether or not the jobless rate stays below 4% is a key metric to watch The pandemic has disrupted typical economic patterns, so interpreting the data at this point is exceptionally …

US Dollar Fundamental Forecast: Neutral The US dollar hit new highs after an eventful week of trading Federal Reserve Rate Hike Bets, Economic Forecast Will Dictate DXY Strength Powell’s Congressional testimony could see US dollar volatility ahead The US dollar hit a new high in 2022 ahead of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate announcement, with …

SINGAPORE — Stocks in China led gains in the Asia-Pacific mixed trade on Wednesday after the release of better-than-expected Chinese economic data. The Shanghai Composite in mainland China climbed 0.5% to close at 3,305.41 while the Shenzhen component rose 0.948% to 12,137.76. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index rose 1.14% to close at 21,308.21 as shares …

MADRID (ICIS) – The 0.3% decline in UK GDP in April, following a 0.1% drop in March, ran counter to expectations of an economic expansion and added to fears that the country and economies elsewhere in Europe are heading into a recession. UK industrial production fell 0.6% in April, again against analysts’ consensus for an …

The British pound is holding on to weekly gains of 0.24%, ahead of key events next week. Sentiment remains gloomy, a headwind for GBP/USD. GBP/USD Price Forecast: Buyers’ inability to retake 1.2600 could open the door for selling pressure. The British pound slips for the second day in a row, after hitting a daily high …

On Tuesday, Stats SA released GDP data for the first three months of the year, showing a 1.9% increase and the economy returning to pre-COVID-19 pandemic times. JOHANNESBURG — Economists said while the increase in gross domestic product recorded in the first quarter of the year was encouraging, the reality was that second quarter data …

* KOSPI apartment, net foreign sellers * The Korean won strengthens against the US dollar * South Korea benchmark bond yield drops * For the midday report, please click SEOUL, June 8 (Reuters) – Overview of South Korea’s financial markets: **South Korean stocks erased early gains to end flat on Wednesday as investors refrained from …

Shares of industrial and transportation companies rose as investors scrutinized data and commentary on the labor market and inflation. Investors are still trying to balance positive signs from Friday’s jobs report with recent more cautious economic comments from executives such as Tesla’s Elon Musk and JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon. JetBlue Airways said it has sweetened its …

BRENT OIL BRENT (LCOc1) TALKING POINTS OPEC+ raises production target. Attention turns to key Chinese and US data. BRENT OIL FUNDAMENTAL FORECAST BRENT: MIXED Brent crude oil ended the week strong after-NFP despite a stronger American dollars. We have seen OPEC+ agree to an increase of around 648Mb/d for July and August respectively, which represents …

Challenger’s job cut report for May is scheduled for release at 7:30 a.m. ET. ADP’s National Employment Report for the month of May will be released at 8:15 a.m. ET. Analysts expect private payrolls to rise by 240,000 in May after rising by 247,000 the previous month. Data on initial jobless claims …

Retail sales, which reflect consumer demand, Russia’s main economic driver, fell 9.7% year-on-year in April after rising 2.2% in March, while economists polled by Reuters had on average predicts a decline of 6.8%, according to data from Rosstat. statistics service showed. The decline in retail sales, however, was expected after a massive buying spree after …

Symbol Price To change %To change USO $85.46 +0.87 +1.03% CLC $178.29 +1.59 +0.90% XOM $97.59 +0.95 +0.98% Oil prices rose on Monday to their highest level in more than two months as traders waited to see if the European Union would reach an agreement on a ban on Russian oil imports. The Brent crude …

(For a live blog from Reuters on US, UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window.) * PCE price index indicates inflation peaked in March * Dell climbs on strong first-quarter results * Gap, American Eagle Outfitters slashes earnings forecast * Jump in indices: Dow 1.76%, S&P 2.47%, Nasdaq …

uschools/E+ via Getty Images The minutes of the Federal Reserve’s May meeting gave investors a pretty clear roadmap for the summer. The minutes, released Wednesday afternoon, painted a picture of a heavily inflation-biased FOMC, with rate hikes of 50 basis points in the June and July meetings.. But some members also indicated that price pressures …

Snap Inc collapses, profit fears hit rival social networks Abercrombie & Fitch slumps after downgrading revenue outlook Indices: Dow up 0.15%, S&P down 0.81%, Nasdaq down 2.35% NEW YORK, May 24 (Reuters) – The S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended in the red on Tuesday on fears that aggressive measures to curb inflation, which has been …

Ddisappointing economic data supported gold, which is trading near session highs following the National Association of Realtors. Home sales fell 2.4%, significantly more than expected. Over the year, home sales are down 5.9%, which has created further technical buying momentum for gold. “Rising house prices and sharply rising mortgage rates have reduced buyer activity,” said …

Diving brief: Pear Therapeutics continued to increase revenue on a sequential basis. In the first quarter of 2022, the digital therapy startup had revenue of $2.7 million, up 108% of the last trimester and up 618% year over year. Most of its revenue comes from the sale of its three digital therapies: software treatments for …

Inflation data is available, along with an update from the Fed The last full week of May will bring plenty of economic data, with investors eyeing a midweek update from the Fed as well as an inflation report. Earnings season is winding down, though there are still plenty of notable names on the record. Abercrombie …

Editor’s Note: With such volatility in the markets, stay up to date with daily news! Get our quick roundup of today’s must-see news and expert opinion in minutes. Register here! (Kitco News) – Gold and silver prices edged higher on Tuesday at midday in the U.S. and lost strong early gains after …

Shares gained more than one percent on Friday as a swath of positive data, easing pressure on the country’s otherwise bleak economic outlook, boosted economically sensitive sectors, dealers said. Stronger-than-expected remittances, double-digit growth in large-scale manufacturing, and reports of additional AfDB funding for fiscal support lifted investor sentiment. Securing a gain of 588.02 points or …

The Dow Jones and S&P 500 fell, but the tech-savvy Nasdaq rallied to end the mixed session on Thursday, May 12, after a vital economic indicator showed demand for manufactured goods slowed in April. The S&P 500 fell 0.13% to 3,930.08. The Dow Jones fell 0.33% to 31,730.30. The NASDAQ Composite rose 0.06% to 11,370.96, …

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These influences are yet to be fully felt by China – exports to the United States rose 9.4% in April and its trade surplus with the United States rose 14.7% year-on-year. above – but will add to the challenges facing the Chinese economy. and in turn will exacerbate the threat to global growth. Chinese Premier …

On the macro It’s a calmer week ahead on the economic calendarwith 47 stats targeted in the week ending May 13. In the previous week, 62 stats were targeted. For dollars: Inflation is back in the spotlight, with consumer and wholesale price inflation figures due out on Wednesday and Thursday. Another spike in inflation would …

European stocks closed mostly lower on Monday amid falling consumer confidence in the eurozone as investors continued to watch inflation and monetary policy data. The French CAC fell by 1.7%, the Stoxx Europe 600 by 1.5%, the Swiss Market Index by 1.3% and the German DAX by 1.1%. London’s FTSE 100, meanwhile, rose 0.5%. German …

The MBA’s index of mortgage application activity for the past week is scheduled to be released at 7:00 a.m. ET. A preliminary U.S. international merchandise trade report for March will be released at 8:30 a.m. ET. The US goods deficit is expected to narrow to $105.0 billion in March after widening to $106.3 billion in …

Monday, April 25, 2022 We’re about to embark on the busiest week of the first quarter earnings season, with some of the best-known names – Microsoft (MSFT Quick QuoteMSFT – Free report) , Meta (born Facebook) (FB Quick QuoteFacebook – Free report) and Amazon (AMZN Quick QuoteAMZN – Free report) , among hundreds of others. …

On the macro It’s a calmer week ahead on the economic calendar, with 49 stats coming out in the week ending April 29. The previous week, 57 statistics were in focus. For dollars: Core numbers on durable goods and consumer confidence will be in focus on Tuesday. Expect consumer confidence to have a greater influence. …

Beijing – Facing its worst COVID-19 outbreak to date, China has imposed an increasing number of mass quarantines, strict lockdowns and border controls. The measures may still work, but official data released on Monday shows they are weighing heavily on the world’s second-largest economy. China’s economy grew 4.8% in the first three months of this …

SINGAPORE — Asian markets struggled to orient themselves on Monday as investors reacted to the release of Chinese economic data, including first-quarter gross domestic product figures. In Japan, the Nikkei 225 fell 1.08% to close at 26,799.71 as shares of Fast Retailing fell 1.25%. The Topix index fell 0.86% to 1,880.08. Mainland China shares closed …

Turkey appears set to impose prison terms of up to three years for economic researchers who publish unofficial data on inflation and other indicators without first obtaining government approval. country’s statistics agency. Bloomberg reported on April 14 that he had seen a bill to that effect. A thorn in the side of the Erdogan administration …

After rising sharply in the previous two sessions, Treasuries showed a substantial bearish comeback in Thursday’s session. Bond prices fell steadily for much of the trading day before closing firmly in negative. As a result, the yield on the benchmark 10-year note, which moves opposite to its price, jumped 14.1 basis points to 2.828%. The …

NEW DELHI: Oil prices fell on Wednesday, giving up earlier gains, after China and Japan reported weak economic data, fueling concerns over growth and oil demand among major global consumers. Brent crude futures fell 34 cents, or 0.3%, to $104.30 a barrel at 0501 GMT, while US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures fell 46 …

The GBP/EUR exchange rate was down -0.14% on Monday after the latest economic data turned worse than expected. GDP growth data was better than analysts had expected, but construction and trade were weaker. The day ahead brings German inflation and UK employment numbers. GBP against EUR is trading at 1.1965 after a two-day rejection of …

Sunday, April 10, 2022 11:03 a.m. The capital’s premier FTSE 100 index had a strong week last week, gaining 1.75% (Photo by Hollie Adams/Getty Images) The City will be watching for a series of headline economic announcements this week that will send ripples through major London indexes. The capital’s leading FTSE 100 index had a …

Ringgit banknotes are seen at a currency exchange office in Kuala Lumpur on June 20, 2018. – Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, April 8 – The ringgit extended its downtrend against the US dollar to open lower today as the greenback strengthened amid positive US economic data, an analyst said. At 9am, the local rating weakened …

Statistics It’s been a busier week on the economic calendar for the week ending 01-April 2022. A total of 64 stats were monitored, following 43 stats the previous week. Of the 64 statistics, 30 are ahead of forecasts, with 29 economic indicators below forecasts. 5 stats were in line with the forecast for the week. …

SHANGHAI, April 1 (Reuters) – Chinese stocks rose on Friday on expectations of stronger economic stimulus after data showed factory activity fell at the fastest pace in two years in March, while that tourism-related stocks led the gains ahead of the upcoming holiday. The CSI300 index rose 1.1% to 4,270.89 points in late morning trading, …