(Reuters) - China-based music streaming company Tencent Music Entertainment Group's initial public offering was priced at the low end of its $13 to $15 per ADS range, the Wall Street Journal reported.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
Iris Pang, Economist at ING, suggests that there are high chances of China cutting the US automobile import tariffs from 40% to 15%, which will put them in line with other countries' automobile.. Credit: FXstreet.com - Published
Reuters reports that the S&P 500 and the Dow closed slightly lower after tense trading on Tuesday. The volatile trading was brought on as investors were forced to pivot their focus between China-U.S...
According to Reuters, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is struggling to keep it's head above water.
Down about 42-points on the day, the Dow Jones is holding at 24,381.
After an unprecedented year of..
NSA official Rob Joyce told guests at a Wall Street Journal security conference that hacking-related Chinese activity had been climbing in recent months. He was concerned the country was.. Credit: engadget - Published
Barron’s, the world’s premier markets publication, bolsters global reach through strategic partnership with Caijing Magazine
HONG KONG, Dec. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Global investment.. Credit: GlobeNewswire - Published
Asian stock markets are in positive territory on Wednesday despite the mixed cues from Wall Street amid optimism about U.S.-China trade relations. News that China plans to cut tariffs on U.S.-made cars.. Credit: RTTNews - Published
"The bond market thinks the Fed isn't going to tighten at all in 2019 or 2020", Jeffrey Gundlach, Wall Street's bond king and founder and chief executive officer of DoubleLine, which manages $120.. Credit: FXstreet.com - Published
The Japanese stock market is advancing on Wednesday despite the mixed cues overnight from Wall Street, amid optimism about U.S.-China trade relations. News that China plans to cut auto tariffs on U.S... Credit: RTTNews - Published
Australian shares are set to edge higher during trade today following a choppy night of trading on Wall Street amid positive trade talks and Trump shutdown threats. Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Wall Street veered through another dizzying session, erasing gains as traders fretted about the trade war and Trump threatened to shut down the government. Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
After falling under the 5600 support line for the first time in two years, will the ASX use a positive lead from Wall Street to recover today? Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age