Stocks recover even as global recovery fears linger

LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) – European shares bounced back from their worst day of the year on Tuesday, but German bond yields slipped to fresh five-month lows as a reminder that investors remained worried the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant

Asian shares slip as investors look past upbeat tech earnings

TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares headed lower on Friday as profit-taking in Taiwanese chip giant TSMC, despite record profits, weighed on other tech firms and broader risk sentiment, while a more dovish U.S. rates outlook kept bond yields near multi-month

COVID Delta upsurge keeps stock and commodity bulls in check

LONDON (Reuters) -An upsurge in new infections caused by the Delta coronavirus variant capped equity and commodity price gains on Monday, with Wall Street tipped to open lower and bond yields holding just above multi-week lows.FILE PHOTO: An investor looks

Dollar eases as risk appetite makes cautious return

NEW YORK (Reuters) -The U.S. dollar softened slightly on Friday, along with the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc, as risk appetite recovered, with the rally in U.S. Treasuries running out of steam and global stock markets steadying.FILE PHOTO: Euro,

Euro stands tall in broad risky FX bets rout

LONDON (Reuters) – The euro climbed across the board on Thursday and the Japanese yen was on track to post its biggest daily rise this year as investors dumped risky positions in currency markets in a broad-based unwinding by some

Tech whacked by Chinese crackdown; rate rumblings rally bonds

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian stocks fell to a six-week low on Thursday as investors sold companies caught in a widening Chinese tech crackdown, while a surprising hint at monetary easing in China raised questions about the strength of the global

Dollar pauses as rate hike fears subside, Fed minutes awaited

LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar was stuck in neutral on Monday, after hitting a speed bump when last week’s mixed bag of U.S. labour data allayed investor fears about a hastening end to monetary stimulus.FILE PHOTO: U.S. dollars are counted

Global ransomware attack on software supplier Kaseya before US Fourth of July holiday leaves companies scrambling

Businesses around the world rushed to contain a ransomware attack that has paralysed their computer networks, a situation complicated in the US by offices lightly staffed at the start of the Fourth of July holiday weekend. It’s not yet known