Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan #Thailand #Singapore Thai shares climbed nearly 2% to hit their highest in more than 5 months Monday, leading broader gains in emerging Asian stock markets, while Singapore stocks were lifted by better-than-expected Q-3 GDP numbers. China’s blue-chip index Monday ended at its highest in more than 5 yrs, led by […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Chinese shares closed higher Friday, led by materials and machinery stocks, and posted a weekly gain as investors looked past recent bond market defaults and focused on broader economic recovery. At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.44% at 3,377.73. The blue-chip CSI300 index was up 0.31%. […]

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia #Thailand Australian shares closed higher Thursday, recouping early losses due to gains in financial stocks, while New Zealand extended falls from the previous session as worries over surging global COVID cases dampened sentiment. The S&P/ASX 200 index swung into positive territory in the last hour of trade after spending […]

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia China stocks ended lower Tuesday, weighed by losses in healthcare stocks and more bond defaults hit sentiment. The blue-chip CSI300 index fell 0.2%, to 4,894.79, while the Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.2% to 3,339.90 pts Japan’s Nikkei share average closed at a 29-yr high Tuesday as investors cheered news […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China stocks ended higher Monday after upbeat data pointed to a continued recovery in the world’s 2nd-largest economy, with the establishment of a China-backed trade bloc aiding sentiment. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 1.0%, at 4,904.17, while the Shanghai Composite Index gained 1.1% at 3,346.97 pts. The tech-heavy startup […]

Freedom Vs ‘Pandemic’ Fear Mongering

Freedom Vs ‘Pandemic’ Fear Mongering

#freedom #fear #anxiety #propaganda #virus #COVID #AI #public #health #ThePeople #reason #love #chaos “Unless The People are terrified, they will not agree to freedom-robbing edicts from political tyrants“– Paul Ebeling There is a school of research within public health on how to frighten people, known as “fear appeal” Fear appeal is based on the premise […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Hong Kong stocks ended the week higher, despite easing on the day after Trump administration decided to ban U.S. investments in firms linked to the Chinese military, ramping up pressure on Beijing after the U.S. election. The Hang Seng index ended 0.1% lower to 26,156.86 Friday, while the China […]

Chinese President Xi Jinping Decided to ‘Step on’ Ant’s IPO

Chinese President Xi Jinping Decided to ‘Step on’ Ant’s IPO

#China #XiJinping #JackMa #AntIPO #Alibaba #Halt #fintech $BABA China’s President Xi Jinping personally decided to pull the plug on Ant Group’s $37-B IPO (initial public offering), the WS-J reported Thursday, citing Chinese officials with the knowledge of the matter. The decision to stop what would have been the world’s largest ever IPO, came days after […]

New Rules:China Clamps Down on Internet Financial Sector

New Rules:China Clamps Down on Internet Financial Sector

#China #CBIRC #banking #internet #regulators #consumers #Alibaba $BABA China will borrow the play-book of foreign countries and step up anti-monopoly scrutiny in the financial sector to protect the interests of consumers, a senior official at the country’s Top banking watchdog said. The remarks by Liang Tao, Vice Chairman of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory […]

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia  Shanghai shares ended lower Thursday after data showed that the country’s new bank loans last month fell more than expected to their lowest in a year on tightened loan quotas. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.1% at 4,908.46, while the Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.1% to 3,338. The tech-heavy […]

Wednesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Wednesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia China stocks closed lower Wednesday, dragged down by concerns about tighter regulation over big tech companies weighed on sentiment. At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was down 0.53% to 3,342.20. The blue-chip CSI300 index was down 0.99%, with its new energy vehicle sector sub-index down 3.56%, tech sub-index […]

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares closed higher for a 4th session running Tuesday as progress in the development of a COVID-19 vaccine raised hopes of a Fassst recovery in the global economy and bolstered hard-hit travel, tourism and energy stocks. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO ended 0.7% higher. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Japan’s Nikkei share average Monday reached a high last seen almost 3 decades ago with Honda Motors leading gains among carmakers on strong earnings figures. The Nikkei rose 2.12% to 24,839.84, its highest close since November 1991, adding 8.1% in the last 5 sessions of gainers. The broader Topix […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia #Thailand The suspension of Ant Group’s massive share offering have become fresh tailwinds for China’s stock market, as investors rush to snap up a piece of an economy recovering rapidly from the coronavirus chaos. China’s blue-chip CSI300 index .CSI300 has risen more than 19% YTD. Japan’s Nikkei index Friday ended at […]

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia #Thailand Investor confidence in Thailand’s financial markets has dropped to a 7-month low, dented by growing political protests A survey in October by the Federation of Thai Capital Market Organizations showed its confidence index fell to 61.27, the lowest mark since a record low of 56.7 in March. The […]

Wednesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

Wednesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares finished flat to little changed Wednesday. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed down 0.1%. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 added 0.6%, or 69.62 pts, at 12,199.93. Hong Kong stocks ended lower Wednesday, The Hang Seng index fell 0.2% to 24,886.14, while the China Enterprises Index gained 0.3% at 10,099.16.  […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares closed higher as gold stocks led the gains as uncertainty stoked bids for the safe-haven metal Monday. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed up 0.4% at 5,951.30. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 off 0.1% to 12,070.83. Japan’s Nikkei share average rose Monday on signs of a recovery in domestic […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia China stocks closed lower Friday, but the indexes posted monthly gains on strength in consumer discretionary and banking shares. The blue-chip CSI300 index ended 1.6% lower to 4,695.33, the Shanghai Composite Index shed 1.5% to 3,224.53. On the month, CSI300 was up 2.4%, while SSEC inched up 0.2%. The […]

Dr. Anthony Fauci, The Great Reset and The Green New Deal

Dr. Anthony Fauci, The Great Reset and The Green New Deal

#AnthonyFauci #NIAID #NIH #WHO #WID #CCP #PLA #globalist #ChinaVirus #Democrat $GILD A report new reveals Dr. Anthony Fauci’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and globalists who have profited from The China Act of War Virus chaos measures promoted by him as the leader of the US Coronavirus Task Force Dr. Fauci, 79 anni, […]

President Trump is Protecting All American Jobs, Blue-collar and White-collar

President Trump is Protecting All American Jobs, Blue-collar and White-collar

#PresidentTrump #immigration #policy #jobs “The Trump Administration will reform the immigration system to prioritise the highest-skilled workers and protect American jobs, it has suspended the H1B Visa program”–Paul Ebeling A hallmark of Donald Trump’s Presidency has been to protect blue-collar workers’ jobs from low wage illegal immigrants. His work to protect the border has ensured […]

Thursday’s World Markets: Asia Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia China stocks reversed earlier losses to close higher on Thursday, bucking a global selloff, supported by the consumer sector after leading companies posted strong Q-3 earnings. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.8% to end at 4,772.92, while the Shanghai Composite Index added 0.1% at 3,272.73. The tech-heavy startup board […]

America 2020: Impact of the US Election on Metals and Mining

America 2020: Impact of the US Election on Metals and Mining

#election #metals #mining #energy #jobs #PresidentTrump $XAU $XAG $GLD $SLV $CU $USO With less than a wk to go before the US Presidential election, there is growing speculation as to what a Joe Biden or President Trump win might mean for metals prices and the mining industry overall. Gold prices have performed well over the […]

Wednesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares ended 4 straight sessions of losses to close slightly higher Wednesday as gold miners gained and technology stocks rose following Afterpay’s strong earnings. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO ended 0.1% higher at 6,057.7. In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 closed higher at 12,264.5. Japanese shares fell Wednesday, pulled […]

The Great Reset is a New Social Contract That Does Away with Elected Democratic Leadership

The Great Reset is a New Social Contract That Does Away with Elected Democratic Leadership

#GreatReset #technocracy #transhumanist #virus #Democrat #GreatGreenDeal #PresidentTrump #GOP $FB $TWTR “The Great Reset and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are rebranded terms for technocracy and the old “New World Order” mixed with the transhumanist movement, resilient leadership is needed to halt it.”– Paul Ebeling The Great Reset is a new “social contract” that ties you to […]

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares closed at a near 3-wk lows Tuesday, as a rise in cases of the novel coronavirus around the world and fading hopes on a timely US stimulus deal stoked fears of a prolonged global economic pain. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO fell 1.7% to 6,051.00. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares dipped Monday, with gold stocks leading losses, as a record rise in coronavirus cases in the United States and parts of Europe made investors nervous about a global economic recovery. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO slipped 0.2% to 6,159.20. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 finished up 0.5% at 12,470.34. Japanese […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares dipped Friday, with gold stocks leading losses, as sentiment was weighed by uncertainty over a US stimulus deal and a preliminary survey showing weaker-than-expected domestic manufacturing activity in October. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed down 0.1% to 6,167.00. It lost 0.8% on the wk. New Zealand’s benchmark […]

Thursday’s World Markets: Asia Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares fell to 2-wk lows Thursday after an impasse in US stimulus talks tempered market sentiment globally. Broad-based losses pushed the S&P/ASX 200 index down 1.5% or 90.10 points to 6,101.70 by 2348 GMT. In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index fell 0.4% to 12,378.2. Japanese shares […]

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia #Thailand Thai stocks dipped another 0.3% to trade around 6-month intraday lows touched in the prior session, the Thai baht weakened as thousands of protesters took to the streets in Bangkok Monday, defying a ban on demonstrations. Australian shares finished lower Tuesday, as surging coronavirus cases in Europe raised […]

Here is Some of What We Know About Hunter Biden, Imagine What President Trump Knows…

Here is Some of What We Know About Hunter Biden, Imagine What President Trump Knows…

#PresidentTrump #BidenCrimeFamily #JoeBiden #HunterBiden $FB $TWTR “Do we have 2 systems of justice, 1 for Democrats and 1 for Republicans?” — Paul Ebeling President Trump called out The Biden Family as corrupt and criminal and said it is only because US Attorney General Bill Barr is nice’ that his Democratic rival was not “locked up […]

Asian markets rose Monday

Asian markets rose Monday

Asian markets rose Monday on lingering hopes for a new US stimulus package, though Shanghai and Hong Kong pared their initial rallies after data showed China’s economy grew at a slower pace than forecast. With a little over two weeks until the November 3 elections, time is running out for US lawmakers to reach an […]

China’s Economy Rebounding

China’s Economy Rebounding

China’s economy grew 4.9 percent on-year in the third quarter, sustaining its rebound from bruising virus lockdowns and moving closer to pre-pandemic levels, official data showed Monday. But the world’s second-largest economy grew slightly below expectations in the July-September period, National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data showed, which warned of uncertainty ahead as “the international […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares finished lower Friday with sentiment taking a hit from a resurgence in coronavirus cases in Europe. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed 0.5% lower at 6,176.80. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 closed 0.4% lower to 12,433.16 ahead of election results Saturday. Japan’s Nikkei share average fell Friday as new […]

Study: Zika Epidemic Was More Widespread Than Thought

Study: Zika Epidemic Was More Widespread Than Thought

#Zika The Zika Epidemic, which began as a mosquito-borne viral infection and led to severe birth defects, affected far more people than previously thought, new research shows. For the study, researchers analyzed data from 15 countries and territories in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean with a combined population of 507-M, and concluded that […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares posted their best wk in 6 months Friday, capping an eventful week that saw the government pledge billions to pull the economy out of recession. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed unchanged at 6,102.2 after flitting between small gains and losses throughout the session. On the wk, it added […]

“I am Sick of China, the Tariffs Stay”–President Trump

“I am Sick of China, the Tariffs Stay”–President Trump

#PresidentTrump #China #tariffs $CORN $SOY President Trump vows to keep the pressure on China with tariffs if he is elected to a 2nd term. “Well, I’m going to use tariffs on China, because they want to take them off,” President Trump said in a TV interview, referring to the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket’s trade plans. “We’re […]

President Trump’s America First Healthcare Plan…

President Trump’s America First Healthcare Plan…

#PresidentTrump #AmericaFirst #Healthcare “American seniors are often the 1s accessing our healthcare system the most, and the common-sense reforms outlined in President Trump’s healthcare plan will make it easier for them to get the care they need.”– Paul Ebeling From a $200 card soon to be in the mail to keeping his promise not to […]

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #China #Japan #Australia #Thailand New Zealand stocks posted a record closing high Thursday and Australian shares extended gains into a 4th session running, tracking Wall Street as President Trump called for some COVID-19 relief measures after calling off aid/relief/stimulus talks. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 ended 1.8% higher at 12,235.92, rising for the […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares rose over 1% Wednesday, with the benchmark index settling above the 6,000 level for the 1st time since 3 September after the government pledged to spend billions to help pull the economy out of its historic COVID-19 chaos recession The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed 1.3% higher at 6,036.4, […]

Australia’s Plan to Recover from Deep Recession

Australia’s Plan to Recover from Deep Recession

#Australia #recession #recovery Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said Wednesday that the tax cuts forming the centrepiece of the country’s annual budget will not come into effect until December. Mr. Frydenberg Tuesday announced A$17.8-B in personal tax cuts and A$5.2-B in new programs to boost employment in a plan aimed at helping the China virus-ravaged economy […]

Tuesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares finished slightly higher Tuesday as the central bank held Key rates steady ahead of the Federal budget later in the day. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed up 0.2% at 5952.7. The benchmark had gained 2.6% Monday. In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 closed 0.6% higher at 11,975.02. […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares posted their biggest daily rise in 2.5 months Monday as investors cheered President Trump showing signs of recovery from COVID-19. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed 2.6% higher at 5,941.6 pts, in New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index .NZ50 closed up 0.6% at 11,898.26. Japanese shares bounced Monday, after doctors […]

The Reality of Covid-19 has Hit Home, Conspiracy Theories Must Stop

The Reality of Covid-19 has Hit Home, Conspiracy Theories Must Stop

#PresidentTrump #Covid-19 #financialmarkets #volatility #conspiracy $DIA $QQQ $SPY $RUTX “President Trump and the First Lady are infected with the China virus, America is praying for their speedy recovery. And President Trump contracting the coronavirus is ‘short-term noise’ that jolts asset prices, but there is nothing which should change the market dynamic seen in past election […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#worldstocks #AsiaPacific #Australia #Japan #China Australian shares finished off more than 1% Friday, declining further from their modest losses initially in reaction to President Trump testing positive for COVID-19, eclipsing any optimism stemming from easing of the local virus-led curbs. The S&P/ASX 200 index ended 1.4% lower to 5,791.5. On the week, it was off […]

“We Will Rebuild Prosperity. We did it Once, We will do it Again”

“We Will Rebuild Prosperity. We did it Once, We will do it Again”

#PresidentTrump #rebuild #economy #growth #consumer #conficence “We will rebuild prosperity. We built it once, we will rebuild it again.” –Larry Kudlow White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow vowed that President Trump will continue to push the economy along a path of strong growth in the wake of the China virus chaos. “Regarding his 2nd-term policies to […]

Sogou and Tencent Dump NYSE

Sogou and Tencent Dump NYSE

Chinese search engine Sogou confirmed Tuesday it would be taken private by tech giant Tencent, in a deal that values the US-listed firm at around $3.5 billion. The announcement comes a day after Chinese internet giant Sina Corp, parent company of the country’s Twitter-like platform Weibo, said it would be taken private. A growing number […]

President Trump Transformed the GOP into the Party of the Blue-collar Worker

President Trump Transformed the GOP into the Party of the Blue-collar Worker

#PresidentTrump #GOP #China #trade #immigration President Trump transformed the GOP into the Champion of blue-collar workers pitting it against a “four corners” of American business interests that do not want to alienate China: technology, entertainment, Wall Street, and the NBA. “We are up against the 4 corners of the country,” White House trade adviser Peter […]

President Trump will Give the US 4 More Years of Economic Growth

President Trump will Give the US 4 More Years of Economic Growth

#PresidentTrump #economic #growth $DIA $SPY $QQQ $RUTX $VXX “We the People hold the Key to saving America from going to a place from which it will never return”— Paul Ebeling There are a lot of things going on in the financial markets, and there are a lot of reasons why markets are very active, but […]

President Trump’s Policies Work, Like it or Not

President Trump’s Policies Work, Like it or Not

#PresidentTrump #policies #economic #growth #security #liberty #vote #China The President’s primary responsibilities are to protect national security and enable prosperity. His record and Slow Joe Biden’s superficial vision make Donald Trump the better choice. China is more than an economic rival. China’s authoritarian approaches to economics and personal liberty permitted better containment of C-19 coronavirus […]

This Rebound Is Real, Trump Fed Support Key

This Rebound Is Real, Trump Fed Support Key

#PresidentTrump #Fed #recovery #GDP #inflation #virus The global economy is bouncing back faster than anyone expected, but Southside risks remain and more help from the Fed and other central banks is Key for a full recovery. The US and many other world economies are recovering from a “very deep shock” and should return to pre-China […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares ended the wk on a positive note, boosted by banks, as investors cheered the government’s signals to ease lending standards to free up credit and revive the virus-hit economy. The S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO closed1.5% higher. The benchmark index marked its best weekly gainer since the wk ended 14 […]

Thursday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Stock markets across Asia’s emerging economies fell Thursday as concerns about rising coronavirus cases in the developed world hammered investors’ risk appetite, driving capital into USD and other safe-havens. Australian shares closed nearly 1% lower Thursday, tracking declines on Wall Street, as fresh economic data from the United States […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares rose Wednesday by their most in more than 2 months as expectations grew that the central bank would cut interest rates in 2 wks. ASX 200 index .AXJO closed 2.4% higher, snapping 4 straight sessions of decliners. In New Zealand, the benchmark index .NZ50 ended 0.8% higher at 11,704.62. China stocks […]

Tuesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Asian shares were broadly weaker Tuesday as possible delays in expanded US aid/relief/stimulus and concerns about fresh virus lockdowns in Europe dented the recent positive sentiment towards global equity markets. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS was down 0.68%. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 .AXJO dropped 0.5%, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index .HSI was […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares dipped Monday, as a Wall Street decline in the prior session and surging cases of C-19 in Europe pushed investors to look past an improvement in the domestic virus chaos. The S&P/ASX 200 index slipped 0.2% to 5,852.10 by 0102 GMT. In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares ended lower for a 2nd session running Friday, as losses in financials offset gains in mining stocks, while a rise in infections in the country’s virus hotspot Victoria dashed hopes of a Fassst recovery. The S&P/ASX 200 index shed early gains to edge 0.3% lower to 5,864.5 at […]

Thursday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Japanese stocks fell Thursday, pushed lower by major exporters after the Fed’s dovish tone drove JPA to a 7-wk high Vs USD. The Nikkei 225 Index fell 0.68% to 23,316.75 by 0159 GMT. The broader Topix fell 0.47% to 1,636.65. China shares ended weaker Thursday, with healthcare and consumer […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares followed their US peers higher Wednesday, led by tech stocks, as investors awaited the Fed’s policy statement due later in the day for its view on the US economy. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index rose 1% to a 1-wk closing high. In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX […]

Tuesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares ended flat Tuesday, weighed by banking stocks as minutes from the central bank’s recent policy meeting did not provide a clearer direction on further policy measures. The ASX 200 index ended 0.08% lower to 5,894.8. In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index ended 0.2% lower to […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares end higher as miners lead, virus cases abate Australian shares closed higher Monday, boosted by mining stocks, after the country’s C-19 hotspot state of Victoria reported its lowest single-day rise in new infections in nearly 3 months. The S&P/ASX 200 index ended 0.7% higher at 5,899.5. New […]

President Trump and Industry Want to Open Up America

President Trump and Industry Want to Open Up America

#travel #hospitality #entertainment #industry Major travel industry groups have called on The Trump Administration to establish a globally accepted framework for testing protocols in order to support the return of international travel. The groups, including Airlines for America, the US Travel Association and the US Chamber of Commerce, wrote a letter to Health and Human Services […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares closed at their lowest in 2.5 months Friday as hopes that the coronavirus curbs would ease soon were dashed after state leaders defended regional lockdowns and internal border closures. The S&P/ASX 200 index closed 0.83% lower to 5,859.4, its lowest since 29 June. On the week, it […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares finished at their lowest in 2 months Wednesday, following a tech-led rout on Wall Street. The S&P/ASX 200 index fell 2.2% to 5,878.6 at the close of trade. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index lost 1.3% to finish the session at 11,739.11. Japanese shares Wednesday dropped to […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets Wrap: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index ended at its lowest close since late July as investors sold off sectors seen as over-valued, and as the reported possible blacklisting of China’s largest chip maker by the United States hit tech firms. At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was down 1.87% […]

Medical Technocracy Made the Virus Chaos Possible

Medical Technocracy Made the Virus Chaos Possible

#virus #chaos #medical #technocracy #totalitarianrule Technocracy is an economic ideology built around totalitarian rule by unelected leaders that got its start in the 1930’s, when scientists and engineers got together to solve the nation’s economic problems The word comes from the word “techn,” which means “skill,” and the Greek god “Kratos,” which is the divine […]

President Trump is Right, Huge Percentage of Fans Turning Off NBA: It is “Too Political”

President Trump is Right, Huge Percentage of Fans Turning Off NBA: It is “Too Political”

#PresidentTrump # NBA #BLM #fans #political #racialjustice #Republicans #Democrats A huge number of sports fans are tuning out the NBA, citing their displeasure with the league going all-out on left-wing social justice activism. A new Harris Poll found that 38% of fans who are watching fewer games this season said it was due to the league becoming […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares seesawed Monday, as investors remained cautious ahead of the central bank’s cash rate decision and Q-2 economic growth data expected this week to gauge the impact of the C-19 chaos domestically. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.2% to 6,083.60 by 0100 GMT New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares closed lower Friday, dropping the most in nearly a month. The S&P/ASX 200 index ended 0.9% lower to 6,073.80, its biggest 1-day loss since 31 July. The benchmark index posted a 2nd straight weekly loss. New Zealand: the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index finished 0.3% higher at 12,093.52. […]

Thursday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australia shares rise ahead of Fed Chairman Powell’s Jackson Hole speech Investors are now looking for hints from Fed’s Powell’s speech, due at 1310 GMT, that the central bank might tweak its policy framework to help push up inflation. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.2% at 6,126.20, marking a […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares snapped 2 straight sessions of gainers Wednesday. The S&P/ASX 200 index settled 0.7% lower to 6,116.4. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index ended 0.3% higher at 12,031.51, marking its 4th straight session of gainers. Japanese shares finished lower Wednesday as investors chose to book profits. The benchmark […]

Tuesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares finish higher Tuesday, as sentiment was boosted by signs of progress in US-China trade talks and positive developments in C-19 treatments The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.5% at 6,161.4 at the close. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index rose 0.6% at 11,993.18 Shares on China’s tech-heavy ChiNext […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China stocks finised higher Friday and posted a weekly rise, as investors cheered a series of solid corporate earnings, thought US trade talks kept a check on gains. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.9%, at 4,718.84, while the Shanghai Composite Index added 0.5% at 3,380.68. On the week, CSI300 […]

President Trump Inherited “Worst, Slowest Economy Since the Great Depression”

President Trump Inherited “Worst, Slowest Economy Since the Great Depression”

#PresidentTrump #economy #GreatDepression #ChinaTrade Democrats are blaming President Trump for the country’s economic problems that have been happening since the coronavirus chaos began, but the fact is that The Trump Aadministration “inherited the worst, slowest economy” since the Great Depression, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Thursday.  “Yeah, sure, blame him for the virus […]

Tick Tock, the Clock is Ticking…

Tick Tock, the Clock is Ticking…

#TikTok #Treasury #Oracle #PresidentTrump $ORCL President Trump wishes to deny China some of the proceeds from the sale of ByteDance’s US operations of its video-sharing app TikTok, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Wednesday. Though it would be unusual for any company that acquires TikTok to provide funds to the US Treasury. “Well he […]

Thursday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares finished lower Thursday as appetite for risky assets faded on fears that the country’s relationship with China could further sour following a report that the government would block a Chinese buyout offer of a local dairy firm. The S&P/ASX 200 index slipped 0.8% to 6,120.00 at the […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Shanghai stocks finished lower Wednesday after 3 sessions running of gainers, as investors took profits while a trade talk delay with US dampened sentiment. At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was down 1.24% to 3,408.13. The blue-chip CSI300 index was down 1.5%, with its financial sector sub-index lower […]

Like Him or Not Donald J Trump is America’s Best President Ever

Like Him or Not Donald J Trump is America’s Best President Ever

#PresidentTrump #results Donald J Trump a man who demands performance, and more importantly, RESULTS! He spent his entire life in the private sector where you either produce or get you are sacked. He is a guy who asks lots of questions, and the questions he asks are not cloaked in “political” phrases they are “Why […]

President Trump, “An Incredible Comeback is Underway”

President Trump, “An Incredible Comeback is Underway”

#PresidentTrump #economy #comback $QQQ $SPY $GM $F $MMM We are seeing the fastest economic recovery in US history Under President Trump, America built the strongest economy the world has ever seen. The stock market broke and continues to break records, the unemployment rate dropped to its lowest marks in 50 yrs, and income inequality fell as […]

Trey Gowdy to President Trump, “Something fishy is going on”

Trey Gowdy to President Trump, “Something fishy is going on”

#PresidentTrump #TreyGowdy #fishy #Democrats #China #C19coronavirus Former distinguished US Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) to President Trump and America’s Governors: “I’m not saying Covid-19 isn’t real… But Pay attention folks, there’s much more going on here than what meets the eye. Is it a coincidence that just when the economy is booming, the stock market is […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China shares closed at their highest in more than a month Monday after the central bank injected fresh funds into the country’s financial system, with securities firms rallying on hopes for a lift from capital market reforms. At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was up 2.34% at 3,438.80 […]

Friday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia  Australian shares rose Friday, recording their biggest weekly gainer in 6, as the country’s central bank chief called for more fiscal stimulus to revive an economy facing its deepest recession in about a 100 yrs. Gold and tech stocks drove the S&P/ASX 200 index 0.6% higher at 6,126.2 at […]

President Trump, “Satisfied With China Purchase Progress in Phase 1 Trade Deal”

President Trump, “Satisfied With China Purchase Progress in Phase 1 Trade Deal”

#PresidentTrump #China #trade Thursday, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said The Trump Administration is satisfied with China’s progress in meeting commitments to purchase US goods in a Phase 1 trade deal, signaling that the pact will survive an initial review Saturday. China “is now really picking their imports of our commodities — which is a […]

Thursday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia #Thailand China shares ended flat to little changed Thursday, as caution ahead of a US-China meeting this weekend to review the implementation of a bilateral trade agreement offset strength in agriculture stocks on food security concerns. Senior US and Chinese officials will review the Phase 1 trade deal during […]

US-China Trade Deal in “Fine” Shape

US-China Trade Deal in “Fine” Shape

#USChina #trade No mater what you have heard, China is buying US goods as required. China is continuing to buy US goods, particularly commodities, under its Phase 1 trade deal with the United States, despite rising tensions over Hong Kong and other issues, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Tuesday. Asked if deteriorating ties […]

Wednesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Chinese shares fell for a 2nd session running Wednesday. The Shanghai Composite index closed down 0.6% to 3,319.27. The blue-chip CSI300 index fell 0.7%. The smaller Shenzhen index lost 1.3%, the start-up board ChiNext Composite index fell almost 2% and Shanghai’s tech-focused STAR50 index dropped 2.2%​. Japanese stocks finished […]

Tuesday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Japanese shares gained Tuesday on hopes of additional US fiscal aid/relief/stimulus to bolster the world’s largest economy, as major countries break away from the impact of the coronavirus chaos. The Nikkei 225 Index ended up 1.88% at 22,750.24. The broader Topix index rose 2.54%.  Australian shares rose to a […]

Monday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #makets #China #Japan #Australia Australian shares marked their highest close in nearly 3 wks Monday, driven by gains among heavyweight financials, while a dip in new coronavirus infections in Victoria and renewed hopes of financial aid in the United States boosted risk sentiment. The S&P/ASX 200 index was up 1.76% at 6,110.2 […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan Australian shares closed lower Friday after the central bank downgraded its outlook for the national economy. The S&P/ASX 200 index was down 0.6% to 6,004.8 by the end of trade. The index gained 1.3% on the week. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index fell 1% to 11,646.6 pts.  Japanese […]

Thursday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan #Thailand Around the region, MSCI’s Asia sans-Japan stock index was firmer by 0.25%, while Japan’s Nikkei index closed down 0.43%. China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index ended higher for a 5th session running Thursday, as a rally in financial and materials stocks offset worries about rising US-China tensions that earlier […]

Wednesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan #Thailand Thai stocks turned positive Wednesday after its central bank held interest rates as expected and predicted Q-2 output would be better than forecast, while warning it was ready to quell gains for the baht. The bank, which already has rates at a record low of 0.5%, said exports […]

Tuesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China stocks ended higher Tuesday, underpinned by strong gains in banks as investors cheered Beijing’s latest move to ease pressure on the country’s financial institutions. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.1% at 4,775.80, while the Shanghai Composite Index also inched up 0.1% at 3,371.69. Banks led the gainers, with […]

Monday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China shares rose on upbeat factory data, tech boost At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was up 1.75% at 3,367.97. The blue-chip CSI300 index was up 1.62%. The smaller Shenzhen index ended up 2.6% and the start-up board ChiNext Composite index was higher by 2.629%. Shanghai’s tech-focused STAR50 […]

Friday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific

#AsiaPacific #world #stock #markets #Australia #China #Japan China stocks closed higher Friday despite uncertainties in C-19 coronavirus chaos, while liquidity and retail investor enthusiasm fuelled the main indexes to post the biggest monthly percentage rises since February last year. At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.71% at 3,310.01. The index ended July […]

Gold, Silver Rally Hard on Softening USD

Gold, Silver Rally Hard on Softening USD

#gold #silver #dollar #rally #safehaven #insurance #recovery #demand $XAU $GLD $XAG $SLV $USD Wednesday, Gold rose to a 9-yr high as an escalation in US-China tensions fueled demand for safety, while silver followed bullion’s rally to hit a near 7 yr high on expectations of a recovery in industrial demand. Spot gold hit its highest […]

Treating C-19 Virus the Asian Way: Licorice, Mint and Honeysuckle

Treating C-19 Virus the Asian Way: Licorice, Mint and Honeysuckle

#LQC #virus’#flu #C19coronavirus #China #Thailand #Laos #herbs #licorice #mint #honeysuckle #immunesystem #TCM Lianhua Qingwen capsules (LQC), which are also used against seasonal influenza, have been part of China’s standard of care against C-19 coronavirus since February 2020, and countries like Thailand and Laos have also embraced the product LQC, composed of 13 herbs, is said […]

The Explanations of CD-19 Coronavirus’ Origins by Mainstream Media Do Not Add Up

The Explanations of CD-19 Coronavirus’ Origins by Mainstream Media Do Not Add Up

#C19Coronavirus #origin #MSM #media #truth #WHO #China #bat #bioweapon #labratory #manmade #risk The explanations of C-19 coronavirus’ origins by MSM (mainstream media) simply do not add up and scientists are increasingly speaking out about this. Many experts theorize that the virus is manmade and was synthesized in a laboratory because the peculiarities of the virus’ […]

“Polls Showing Donald Trump Losing to the masked Joe Biden are ‘Fake'”

“Polls Showing Donald Trump Losing to the masked Joe Biden are ‘Fake

#President Trump #China #silentmajority #support #Hong Kong #Beijing #economy #C19cronavirus President Trump said at the White House Tuesday that he’s doing better than anyone realizes in his quest for reelection.   President Trump criticized polls that currently show him an average of nearly 10 pts behind Joe Biden nationally and says there is a “silent majority” that backs […]

A Key Difference Between C-19 Coronavirus and the 1918 Spanish Flu

A Key Difference Between C-19 Coronavirus and the 1918 Spanish Flu

#C19coronavirus #SpanishFlu #1918 #China #CDC #infections #deaths The Y 2020 C-19 coronavirus and Y 1918 Spanish flu pandemics share many similarities, but they diverge on 1 Key point. The similarities between the Y 1918 Spanish flu and SARS-CoV-2, the C-19 coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China: “A major difference between Spanish flu and COVID-19 is […]

“You will not be safe in Joe Biden’s America”

“You will not be safe in Joe Biden’s America”

#Black #BLM #crime #Marxist #Democrats #Biden #criminals #police #911 #rioters, #protesters #American #victims #ruleoflaw #murder #rape #hate #left America’s protesters, rioters, domestic terrorist, violent Black criminals are all linked to Progressive Marxist Democrats, Black Lives Matter is a movement of hate and anti-Americanism As apocalyptic images of burning buildings and window-smashing Black protesters pop on […]

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