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Asian stocks rally as investors applaud vaccine development
November 10, 2020
Asian stocks rally as investors applaud vaccine development
HONG KONG/BOSTON (Reuters) - Asian share markets mostly shot higher on Tuesday driven by regional airline, tourism and travel stocks as global investors applauded progress in the development of a coronavirus vaccine which lifted confidence in a world economic recovery.
Record-breaking stocks take a breather, data weighs on dollar
August 21, 2020
Record-breaking stocks take a breather, data weighs on dollar
SINGAPORE/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Asia’s stock markets bounced on Friday following Wall Street’s lead, but were set for their softest week in about a month as investors grapple with tepid
Gold shines on falling dollar, yields; pandemic cost concerns drag on shares
August 5, 2020
Gold shines on falling dollar, yields; pandemic cost concerns drag on shares
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Gold scaled a new high on Wednesday as a weaker dollar and falling bond yields burnished its safe-haven appeal, while shares were mostly lower as investors baulked
Asian shares extend gains as investors count on stimulus, vaccines
July 21, 2020
Asian shares extend gains as investors count on stimulus, vaccines
TOKYO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Asian shares advanced on Tuesday as prospects of a deal by European Union leaders to jointly fund recovery of their economies and hopes for a coronavirus
Inflation dog may finally bark, investors bet
June 21, 2020
Inflation dog may finally bark, investors bet
LONDON (Reuters) - Gold, forests, property stocks, inflation-linked bonds - these are just some of the assets investors are pouring money into on the view that the recent explosion of
G20 announces one-year debt relief for poorest countries amid COVID-19
April 16, 2020
G20 announces one-year debt relief for poorest countries amid COVID-19
RIYADH (AFP) – The Group of 20 nations announced a one-year debt relief for the world's poorest nations as they struggle to financially cope with the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement comes