World Markets Headlines Today
Asian markets started the trading week with gains despite weak GDP data from China, showing the economy grew at the lowest official pace in almost three decades.
Asian markets traded mostly higher on Friday as a report the U.S. could lift trade tariffs on China improved investor sentiment.
Asian markets traded mixed on Thursday, despite a strong start to the U.S. earnings season.
Asian and European markets traded mixed on Wednesday despite an overnight rally on Wall Street.
Asian markets mostly traded higher Tuesday despite declines on Wall Street overnight and fresh worries over an economic slowdown in China after Beijing released disappointing trade data at the start of the week. Reports that the world's second
World markets started off the trading week mostly on the back foot as disappointing trade data out of China sparked fresh worries about global economic growth.
Asia stock markets mostly gained on the last trading day of the week as investor sentiment improved following overnight gains on Wall Street where stocks ended in the black for a fifth session in a row.
Asian stocks turned in a mixed performance on Thursday following lower-than-expected Chinese inflation data.
Asia markets traded higher on Wednesday as investors grew confident that the U.S. and China will strike an agreement.