Asian markets closed on a mixed note Friday on fresh trade war fears after Washington announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports f
Asian markets traded in the green on Thursday, tracking the positive cues overnight from Wall Street, as Italy's political turmoil eased. Investors digested news that Italy's two anti-establishment parties are making a renewed attempt to form
Asian markets closed in the red on Wednesday.
Major markets in Asia finished broadly lower on Tuesday in cautious trade, with Italian politics and oil price movements in the spotlight. With U.S. and U.K.
Asian markets mostly fell on Friday following overnight news that United States President Donald Trump decided to cancel next month's historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Asian markets closed mostly lower on Thursday as growing trade concerns kept investors cautious despite dovish minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy meeting. The trade dispute between the U.S.
Asian markets closed lower on Wednesday following the weak cues overnight from Wall Street after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was "not satisfied" with the progress in trade negotiations with China.
Asian markets closed mixed on Tuesday despite the positive cues overnight from Wall Street amid a cease-fire in the US-Sino trade war.
Asian stock markets closed mostly higher on Monday as investor confidence grew on reports that U.S. and China are pulling back from the brink of a trade war. U.S.
Asian markets finished higher on Friday although investors were largely reluctant to make significant moves due to the second round of U.S.-China trade talks taking place in Washington.