Asia stocks lower Shares were mostly lower in Asia on Friday after U.S. stocks struggled amid uncertainty over rising Covid-19 cases and new risks appearing. Nikkei index closed down at: 28000 a drop of around 276 points On Thursday, U.S. stock indexes closed mostly down from recent highs. Asia stocks
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Stock markets fall Asian stocks drop as mounting concerns of the coronavirus take hold and investors fret over the potential harm to global economies. Markets around the world fell sharply on Monday. Japan’s Nikkei index fell by 2%. The FTSE 100 was down by 1.75%. European indices also suffer big
Asian stocks have fallen as investors grow concerned that the spread of a new virus in China will impact economic growth. Beginning Thursday all public transportation was suspended in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the outbreak is believed to have started. Asian stocks drop The Shanghai composite fell 2.75%
German industrial production falls. Market moving daily news roundup – events & news likely to move markets 6th September 2019 Company performance, economic and political events but especially market sentiment will always influence market movement, for good or bad. Summary Economic calendar – scheduled news and events 6th September 2019