Asian markets traded mixed on Friday as investors reacted cautiously to the start of a trade war between the world’s two biggest economies. U.S.
Asian markets traded mostly lower on Thursday as anxious investors braced for US-China tariffs.
Asian markets closed in negative territory on Wednesday, amid elevated tensions between Washington and Beijing. At the end of the trading week, the U.S.
Asian stocks closed mixed on Tuesday despite strong leads from Wall Street overnight. Traders said that investors were cautious as China's trade relations with the U.S.
Asian stocks opened the third quarter of 2018 on a negative note as concerns over a trade war continue to weigh on investor sentiment.
Asian markets traded in the green on Friday, the last trading day of the quarter, after a rally in technology and banks stocks triggered gains on Wall Street and on news that China eased restrictions on foreign investment in sectors includi
Asian markets traded mixed on Thursday, as investors digested developments related to Washington's stance on foreign investment. U.S.
Asian stocks traded in the red on Wednesday led by a drop in China. The yuan hit its lowest level against the dollar since December 2017 as fears of a trade war with the United States continued to weigh on the markets.
Asian stocks ended mixed on Tuesday tracking sharp losses seen on Wall Street on Monday following weekend news that U.S. President Donald Trump is preparing to propose restrictions on Chinese investment in U.S. technology companies.
Asian stocks kicked off the week trading lower on Monday amid growing worries that US trade frictions with China could escalate. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Trump administration is preparing to restrict investment in U.S.