Chinese market on a rollercoaster
Wednesday’s trading session in Asia has shown the volatile nature of the Chinese stock market with a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows during the day sending shockwaves across the region.
Japan’s exports slow, stimulus could follow
Data on Japan’s exports show a weakening of the nation’s trade in electronics and vehicles.
Oil prices could fall as low as $15 says investor
One influential investor has told CNN that oil prices could drop as low as $15 a barrel.
TSX lower as Chinese market fall hits sentiment
TSX lower as Chinese market fall hits sentiment… Canada Pension Plan invests in Malaysian real estate… Ontario messaging company gets $50 million investment from China… Canadian firm secures space elevator patent… New deal for K+S could scupper Potash Corp. plan…
Yuan, Thailand dominate markets
Tuesday’s session for the world markets has been rocked by Monday’s deadly explosion in Bangkok and the continued volatility of the Chinese currency
Oil demand to slide
Oil prices continue to weaken as the markets factor in lower demand with the end of the North American summer ahead and Asia’s requirements unlikely to increase in the near future
Europe’s biggest risk isn’t Greece
German Chancellor Agnela Merkel says that the biggest risk to the European Union is the current migrant crisis
UK inflation turns positive
Inflation in the UK has rebounded, growing 0.1 per cent in July after flat lining for much of the year so far and turning negative in April
TSX dips on energy, banks
The Toronto Stock Exchange was given a knock by Japan and the US Monday as both produced data that did not impress the markets.
Economists forecast end to ‘technical recession’, mild growth
A survey of economists by Bloomberg predicts that the Canadian economy will grow by 2 per cent in the third quarter and 2.1 per cent in the fourth following a 0.8 per cent decline in the second.