Contraction in Japan’s factory activity bogs down in slowest pace in five months
24.01.2020 - Evdokimov Roman

Contraction in Japan’s factory activity bogs down in slowest pace in five months Japan’s factory activity shrank for a ninth-month straight in January at the slowest pace in five months. Economists speculate the slowing of pace to be reflecting the positive feedback of the U.S.-China Phase One deal and alleviating fears of a recession. The […]

Intel shows signs of turnaround for 2020
24.01.2020 - Davydova Maria

Intel shows signs of turnaround for 2020 Intel Corp on Thursday signaled the market view that the chip industry would be reaching a turnaround after a prolonged slowdown. Driven by cloud computing demand, the 2020 forecast is expected to see better revenue than Wall Street’s expectations, Intel added. The company’s sales in its closely watched […]

Asian stocks hold steady despite investor fears over China virus
24.01.2020 - Davydova Maria

Asian stocks hold steady despite investor fears over China virus Asian shares held steady on Friday as trade slugged toward the Lunar New Year despite growing concerns over the new virus in China. Investors had feared that the coronavirus could spread further as millions travel for the week-long holiday. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares […]

Global equity markets roil as fear of Coronavirus spreads
24.01.2020 - Petr Mazaylo

The largest fall in Chinese stocks in eight months caused global equity markets to roil as global concerns heighten on the coronavirus outbreak in China. Millions of Chinese prepare for the Lunar New Year to begin on Saturday, the peak travel season, increasing the disease’s potential to spread. Wuhan and Hunggang cities, with a total […]

Japan economic outlook gloomy, central bank policymakers say
24.01.2020 - Kulakov Vladimir

Global economic uncertainties and a sales tax hike in 2019 may have hit hard on capital spending and inflation expectations, warned Bank of Japan policymakers as reflected on the central bank’s minutes of the meeting in December. One member proposed to impose a stimulant based on the effect tax hike caused on private consumption. The […]

More central banks plan on issuing virtual currencies
24.01.2020 - Kulakov Vladimir

With growing inclination in technology, several central banks are planning to release their own virtual currencies, according to findings of Bank for International Settlement. Research showed an additional 10% increase as 20% of the 66 central banks interviewed are planning to have their own digital coins within the next six years. In line, one in […]

Oil prices flat as coronavirus threat drags
24.01.2020 - Petr Mazaylo

Oil prices were stable on Friday but are expected to sink lower with an estimated 5% loss for the week. Such was brought by emerging concern that fuel demand may weaken as the coronavirus that originated from Wuhan City of China that has resulted to death of 25, may impact travel and drag the economy. […]

US and Canadian oil company bankruptcies rise 50% in 2019
23.01.2020 - Petr Mazaylo

Oil and gas company bankruptcies in the U.S. and Canada surged 50% compared to last year, according to a report by Haynes and Boone law firm. The figure is likely to go higher as a decline in energy prices continue to rock producers. U.S. and Canadian oil company bankruptcies increased to 42 in 2019, compared […]

Malaysia to purchase more sugar from India to resolve dispute
23.01.2020 - Kulakov Vladimir

Malaysia’s leading sugar producer disclosed its plan of purchasing higher volume of sugar from India, with sources saying that the scheme is an attempt to resolve its ongoing feud with New Delhi over palm oil exports.   MSM Malaysia Holdings Berhad (MSMH.KL) is set to purchase 130,000 tonnes of raw sugar from New Delhi worth […]

Australian employment rate outpaces forecasts, analysts throw in the towel on February rate cut
23.01.2020 - Korneychuk Evgeniya

Australian employment rate outpaces forecasts, analysts throw in the towel on February rate cut Australian employment outpaced forecasts for a second month in December pushing the unemployment rate to a nine-month low – a much-needed statistic for analysts that speculated a near-term cut in interest rates. The Aussie Dollar climbed 0.47% to $0.6874 as the […]

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