Tuesday, 26 March 2019 Asian stock markets, led by Japan, are mostly higher on Tuesday, recovering from sharp losses in the previous session despite the mixed cues from Wall Street amid lingering worries about global economic growth. Crude oil prices rose to above $59 a barrel and the Japanese yen also weakened against the U.S. dollar.
It's the first day of trading in the region since Friday's sell-off in the United States when investors dumped stocks in response to disappointing manufacturing data from Germany and a warning signal that a US recession could be on the horizon. "I think the Asian markets are taking their cue from the...
According to Reuters, the top markets on Wall Street were trading up by the afternoon on Monday.
On March 18th, the top three markets on the New York Stock Exchange opened the day with mixed results,..