Asian stock markets were trading higher on Thursday, snapping a nearly week-long losing streak after Wall Street indexes turned positive on Wednesday.
The Australian economy showed weakness in the third quarter as consumption dropped, according to data published on Wednesday.
Expectations that the UK's Conservative Party is poised to win a solid majority in next week's general election gave a solid boost to the Pound Sterling.
With the next deadline for the U.S.-China trade talks looming in just a few days, hopes are fading that a deal will be reached in time to avert the next round of tariffs
The Pound Sterling hit a 6-month peak against a weakened US Dollar during FX trading in London.
According to information provided by two anonymous government officials to Reuters the Japanese Government is preparing a 13 trillion yen stimulus package to stimulate economic growth
Asian markets were trading broadly lower in the mid-afternoon on Tuesday after Wall Street benchmarks all closed lower on Monday thanks to weak U.S. manufacturing data that was released yesterday.
The latest poll in the UK which was conducted by YouGov suggests that the Conservative Party will be able to hold onto its majority stake in the UK Parliament at next week's election
December began with bad news for the Eurozone, as its factory activity shrank for its tenth consecutive month last November, according to data released by IHS Markit.
Data released in China over the weekend stunned analysts and traders by showing that the country’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for November registered at 50.2
Thin trading on Thursday did little to help gold’s precarious position as the precious metal faces the possibility of seeing its worst month in three years in November.
Following his colleagues, the ECB president Christine Lagarde and the bank's former President Mario Draghi ECB's policymaker Francois Villeroy de Galhau called countries
Japan’s retail sales fell at their fastest rate in nearly five years in October after the Japanese government raised the national sales tax
On Wednesday evening in the United States, U.S. President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kon Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 into law,
The United States President Donald Trump helped to boost optimism on the markets saying that the deal with China is on its "final throes."