China jitters drag Asian stocks to seven-month low

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Asia’s stocks fell to fresh seven-month troughs on Tuesday, led by a third straight session of heavy selling of Chinese internet giants, while bond and currency markets clung to tight ranges ahead of the Federal Reserve

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

New Zealands financial markets watchdog sees increase in insider trading complaints during Covid-19

New Zealand’s financial markets watchdog has seen an increase of insider trading complaints in the Covid-19 era. The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) today published its annual corporate plan for the 2021-22 year, which sets out the government agency’s activities that

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

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

Asia stocks up, U.S. bond yields down as inflation fears ease

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – U.S. bond yields dipped to three-month lows and a broad gauge of Asian shares rose on Friday as investors looked past rising U.S. consumer prices and focused on one off-factors which suggested higher inflation could be short-lived.FILE

World shares, dollar hit pause ahead of U.S. CPI, ECB meeting

LONDON/SYDNEY (Reuters) – Global shares hovered near a record high and the dollar also held steady on Thursday, eyeing U.S. inflation data for any sign the Federal Reserve could start tapering its massive stimulus.The German share price index DAX graph

U.S. investors shun equity funds on inflation worries – Lipper

(Reuters) – U.S equity funds faced outflows in the week to June 2, on concerns over rising inflation and the prospect of an earlier withdrawal of the Federal Reserve’s stimulus support.FILE PHOTO: A Specialist trader watches his chart while working