October was a turbulent month of trading worldwide.
Financial markets have been hit hard recently with world stocks heading for their fifth straight week of losses and 63 percent of MSCI’s global index now in a “bear” bracket.
HSBC, Europe's biggest bank, could become the first foreign company to trade on a Chinese index the Financial Times reported Thursday.
Hanoi plans to remove 49% foreign ownership cap on listed companies by the end of 2019, as the Asian country aims to see Vietnamese shares become part of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index., an upgrade from the current MSCI Frontier Markets Index
Brazil’s benchmark Bovespa stock index gained 5.5 percent on Monday after right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro won the first round of the presidential election.
British luxury carmaker Aston Martin is getting ready to make an Initial Public Offering on the London Stock Exchange in October.
European shares rose on Friday after Asian markets climbed as trade war concerns eased. In London, the FTSE 100 opened 0.37% higher, in Frankfurt the DAX added 0.36% while in Paris, the CAC 40 started 0.41% in the green.
Stock index provider MSCI, announced the signing of an agreement with the Saudi Stock Exchange Co.
World stocks rose to a six-month high on Tuesday amid receding trade worries after the United States and Mexico agreed to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Emering Markets (EM) portfolio flows have slumped in recent days amid spillover from Turkey, according to the Institute of International Finance.