Asian Stocks Drop As Economic Worries Weigh - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Asian Stocks Drop As Economic Worries Weigh

Hong Kong : China | almost 2 years ago  
A man looks at a stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo December 12, 2011. The Chinese Shanghai Composite dropped 0.52 percent or 10.91 points to 2094.02. Hong Kong's Hang...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
  • Read full report
Credibility Credibility of 5

Related news stories

  • US, China economic figures shore up markets

      Seattle Post Intelligencer | almost 2 years ago
    Upbeat signs from the world's two largest economies propped up markets Monday, at the start of a week that could offer greater clarity on the economic fates of Greece and Spain. Markets started ticking higher when China said its inflation rate fell...
  • At the open: TSX fails to find lift from China data

      The Globe & Mail | almost 2 years ago
    Malcolm Morrison The Canadian Press Published Monday, Oct. 15 2012, 10:20 AM EDT Last updated Monday, Oct. 15 2012, 10:22 AM EDT The Toronto stock market was lower Monday as worries about economic conditions weighed on buyers despite positive...
  • Trading Update Oil, Equities, EUR/USD, USD/JPY

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    During the recent IMF annual meeting held in Tokyo over the weekend, global finance chiefs were not as optimistic especially as emerging market growth continues to slow...The French CAC 40 was also weaker, falling -0.72% while the Swiss SMI...
  • China economic figures shore up global markets

      Turks and Caicos Free Press | almost 2 years ago
    Lightening illuminates the ancient Parthenon temple atop the Acropolis hill in Athens on Sunday Oct. 14, 2012. AP) A round of figures showing China 's economy is in relatively good health helped buoy markets Monday, at the start of a week that could...
  • World stocks rise, Softbank pounces on Sprint

      Taiwan News | almost 2 years ago
    European stocks rose and some Asian markets staged a comeback Monday as investors looked ahead to the release of U.S. earnings reports and Softbank's $20 billion deal for Sprint showed optimism amid economic turbulence.
  • Miners among biggest losers in flat day's trade

      Australian Broadcasting Corporation | almost 2 years ago
    The All Ordinaries index ended five points down at 4,505 while the ASX 200 lost three points points to 4,483. Miners were among the biggest losers; Fortescue Metals Group fell by 3.4 per cent despite announcing a better-than-expected return from a...
  • Asian Shares Mixed After China Data; Earnings Concerns Weigh

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    A Tokyo Stock Exchange employee looks up at a monitor displaying market indices at the bourse in Tokyo. Composite declined 0.40 percent and Indian benchmark BSE Sensex were trading flat. China released a slew of better-than-expected economic reports...
  • Hong Kong shares end flat

      The Courier-Mail | almost 2 years ago
    Kong shares have ended flat, following a weak lead from Wall Street and as dealers look ahead to the release of Chinese growth data later in the week. The benchmark Hang Seng Index edged up 11.82 points to 21,148.25 on turnover of HK$43.98 billion ($...
  • Market Buzz: The China syndrome

      Russia Today | almost 2 years ago
    Russian equities will likely open higher Friday amid improved investor sentiment in Europe and rising oil prices...Russian markets closed lower Friday with resource shares among the biggest losers...European stocks fell Friday amid investor worries...
  • Asia stocks fall as China easing hopes dim

      Turks and Caicos Free Press | almost 2 years ago
    Asian stock markets were mostly lower Monday as hopes dimmed for aggressive moves by China to stimulate its slowing economy. China's consumer price index for September rose 1.9 percent from a year earlier, easing from August's 2 percent rise, but...

Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.