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(HONG KONG) — Most Asian stock markets rose Friday after a strong expansion in U.S. manufacturing offset pessimism from a downbeat China factory report.
The private survey by Markit found U.S. factory activity this month grew at the fastest pace in nearly four years. The report helped investors shrug off earlier concerns about China …
(TOKYO) — Shares were lackluster in Asia on Wednesday as investors waited for major earnings reports and took stock of a torrid start to the year for markets.
The Nikkei 225 in Tokyo slipped 0.7 percent to 14,742.36 after big gains the previous day.
The Japanese benchmark surged 3.1 percent on Tuesday after the Bank of Japan …
Fears over emerging markets and corporate earnings
Breaking five day losing streak
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There’s more oil money than the country knows what to do with
The price of gold hit $1,195 per ounce, the lowest since the summer of 2010
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The richest man on Wall Street is opening a new front in his quest to persuade Apple to part with more of its massive cash stockpile.
A lot of iconic companies in the tech sector like HP, Cisco and Blackberry have been struggling recently. On this week’s episode of Money Talking on WNYC, Time‘s Rana Foroohar and the New York Times‘ Joe Nocera examine why these firms are faltering and whether they may be canaries in the coal mine for a potential drop in the stock …