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Wednesday, November 12, 2014
The dollar edged up in Asian afternoon trade on Tuesday, climbing back above 115 yen with investors looking ahead to the release next week of Japanese third-quarter economic growth data.
Crude prices extended losses in Asia Tuesday as the prospects of a production cut by the OPEC oil cartel dimmed, despite a global supply glut, analysts said.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
European shares were higher Monday, supported by expectations the European Central Bank (ECB) is prepared to offer new stimulus to nurse the region's recovery.
The dollar weakened in Asia on Monday after surging to seven-year highs last week, following a closely watched U.S. jobs report dampened hopes for a sooner-than-expected U.S. rate hike.
Oil prices rose in Asia on Monday as dealers digested mixed U.S. jobs data while anticipating a surge in fuel demand during winter months in the northern hemisphere, analysts said.
Danish brewer Carlsberg on Monday reported a drop in third quarter profit as the ruble tumbled amid the fallout of the Ukraine crisis and lower oil prices.
Sunday, November 9, 2014
APEC voices cautious support for China FTZ
A Pacific Rim summit on Saturday voiced cautious support for a vast free-trade zone proposal being pushed by China in the face of reported resistance from the United States, which is promoting its own regional trade pact.
Saturday, November 8, 2014
The euro struggled to recover against the dollar in Asia Friday after hitting a more than two-year low in New York as the head of the European Central Bank said he was prepared to unveil more measures to kick-start the eurozone economy.
Oil prices fell in Asia Friday after the OPEC oil cartel slashed its longer-term global demand outlook, while a stronger dollar also weighed, analysts said.
Oil prices fell in Asia Friday after the OPEC oil cartel slashed its longer-term global demand outlook, while a stronger dollar also weighed, analysts said.
  
  
  
  
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