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Reuters IndiaA look at economic developments around the globeBusinessWeekElsewhere in Asia, South Korea's Kospi lost 1.3 percent, Australia's S&P/ASX 200 fell 0.5 percent, China's benchmark Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.5 ...Asian stock markets mostly lower ahead of US growth figures, Nikkei down on ...TODAYonlineAsian markets dip on weak dataPress TVAsia: Nikkei at 7-week worstShareCastall 216 news articles »
Gulf TimesShanghai Index Down 0.46%, Ends October Up 12.17%CapitalVueOctober 29 -- The Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.46% or 13.75 points to close at 2978.83 points today on transaction value of 197.6 billion yuan. ...China Shares End Down; Profit-Taking In Property Firms, BrokeragesWall Street JournalChina's Stocks Fall on Inflation Concern After Posting Best Rally in WorldBloombergPOLL-China funds raise equity weighting to record highForexyardall 25 news articles »
Reuters Blogs (blog)China Stocks: Chalco, Construction Bank, Guoyuan, Wuhan SteelBusinessWeekBy Bloomberg News Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- The Shanghai Composite Index, which tracks the bigger of China's stock exchanges, dropped 13.74, or 0.5 percent, ...China Dlr-Yuan NDFs Ease Friday As Dollar Index ReboundsIMarketnews.comChina Banks Report Robust Earnings Growth123Jump.comChina Yuan Rises 1st Time In More Than A Week On Dollar's FallWall Street JournalWall Street Journalall 196 news articles »
Emerging-Market Stocks Fall, Pares Second Monthly Gain on China's MeasuresBloombergThe Shanghai Composite Index slid 0.1 percent while the MSCI China Index, which includes Chinese companies traded in Hong Kong, dropped 0.7 percent. ...Emerging-Market Stocks Fall, Pare Monthly Gain on China, KoreaBusinessWeekall 14 news articles »
Chinese Public Company Profits up 48%Minyanville.comThe Shanghai Composite Index coincidentally fell 1.46% on Wednesday as the data was released, although it was said to have been profit taking from the sharp ...and more »
Reuters IndiaShanghai Index Down 0.15%, Shenzhen Bourse Down 0.05%CapitalVueOctober 28 -- The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.15% or 4.47 points to close at 2992.58 points today on transaction value of 188.1 billion yuan. ...China Shares End Slightly Lower On Declines In Metals FirmsWall Street JournalChina shares end notch lower, insurers weakReutersChina Stocks: Beijing Electronic, Ping An, Xiamen TungstenBloombergCapitalVue -BusinessWeek -Shanghai Dailyall 286 news articles »
Emerging-Market Stocks Fall Most Since August on Fed ConcernBusinessWeekThe Shanghai Composite stock index fell 1.5 percent, the most in six weeks, and India's Sensitive Index lost 1.1 percent. The Korean won and the South ...and more »
AFPAsian Shrs End Mostly Dn;HK,China Commodity Cos Hit By USD StrengthWall Street JournalHong Kong's Hang Seng Index dropped 1.9%, China's Shanghai Composite gave up 1.5%, Australia's S&P/ASX 200 shed 0.9%, South Korea's Kospi lost 0.5% and ...Strong Earnings Lift Europe's MarketsWall Street JournalHK, Shanghai shares fall on Fed views; commodities weakenEconomic TimesAsian stocks end mixed; banks lift Sydney, Hong KongMarketWatchAFP -MarketWatch -MarketWatchall 37 news articles »
China Stock Rally 'Has Legs,' YCMNet Yoshikami SaysBusinessWeekThe Shanghai Composite Index has jumped 13 percent since the end of September, the most among 89 benchmark gauges tracked globally by Bloomberg. ...China's Stock Rally `Still Has Legs' as Economy Surprises, Yoshikami SaysBloombergall 8 news articles »
Shanghai Index Flat, Shenzhen Bourse Gains 3.59% For The WeekCapitalVueOctober 22 -- The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.28 percent to close at 2975 points today with transaction value of 194.9 billion yuan. ...China Shares End Down Led By Banks For 2nd Consecutive SessionWall Street JournalChina shares turn positive after falling on rate riseReutersHK, Shanghai shares lower as banks, telecoms dragEconomic TimesBusinessWeek -People's Daily Online -Business Recorder (press release) (blog)all 976 news articles »
In today's market report... Asian markets tumbled in early trade, with falls triggered by a surprise rate hike in China. Property stocks led falls in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Vanke, China's largest listed property developer, fell as much as 9.5 percent. The Shanghai property sub-index was down 3.7 percent in early afternoon trading. But the Shanghai benchmark turned around early losses by midday, with support from financial stocks. Banks rose on the prospect of improved margins from higher interest rates. Seoul's KOSPI and Taiwan's TAIEX also rose, led by gains in technology stocks like Hynix, and HTC, and boosted by gains in Hyundai and Kia Motor. The strong yen weighed further on Japan's exporters, amid a flight to safe-haven assets like the Japanese currency, and the dollar. Trading houses, miners and energy stocks fell, after oil, gold and base metals posted their biggest losses in months on the firmer dollar. Petrochina and China Shenhua were the biggest losers in Hong Kong, while Australian oil producers Woodside and Santos fell alongside weakness in BHP and Rio Tinto.
In part two, I go over some bullish setups that you should watch this week. There are some interesting China names out there right now, and with the Shanghai index moving so much the past few days, those are ones I will be paying close attention to this week.
Ben Jones discusses the Chinese and Indian equity markets.
Elliott Wave analysis of the kick-off of Intermediate Wave-3 of Primary Wave-3 in the S&P 500 Index. Nothing in this video is to be taken as trading or investment advice. This video is educational only and explores whether or not the Elliott Wave theory can be useful in determining market direction. It also serves as education on Elliott Wave Theory and on recent market history. It is not a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. Market participation can be a risky endeavor, and cause loss of some or all capital. Consult your financial adviser regarding the suitability of market participation regardless of any information in this video. The information contained herein is exclusive to the "studyofcycles.com" and is subject to the applicable copyright laws. Reuse or republication without the expressed consent of the author is prohibited.
Jul 22, 2010 -- Asian shares ended mixed Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke exhibited concern for the US economic outlook in testimony to Congress Wednesday. Bernanke said the economic outlook was "unusually uncertain," but indicated that no additional moves to goose the recovery were imminent. In Japan, the Nikkei fell 0.6%. Exporters fell amid a stronger yen, sought as a safe-haven amid US economic uncertainty. Isuzu fell 2.4%. Nikon was off 2.3%. Australian declines followed Bernanke's remarks though resource stock gains limited the broader market's decline. BHP Billiton rose 0.3% and Rio Tinto gained 0.6%. Shanghai-listed stocks climbed for a fourth successive day as property developers surged on hopes Beijing won't tighten policies in the near-term, with a reported delay in implementation of a tax on the industry also aiding sentiment, MarketWatch reported. Hong Kong-listed Chinese shares also gained. As for their broad averages, China's Shanghai Composite Index added 1.1% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index gained 0.5%. Agricultural Bank of China was up 2.5%. Poly Real Estate Group was up 4.5%.
Jul 15, 2010 -- Asian markets closed mostly lower Thursday. China led on the way down amid resource stock declines and a disappointing debut for Agricultural Bank of China's Shanghai-listed shares. China's Shanghai Composite Index dropped 1.9%. Taiwan's Taiex slipped 0.1%, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index 1.5%. Elsewhere, Japan's Nikkei Stock Average fell 1.1%, Australia's S&P/ASX 200 gave up 0.4% and South Korea's Kospi lost 0.4%. Agricultural Bank of China finished its highly anticipated first day of trading barely in positive territory. The stock stood at 2.70 yuan compared with its initial public offering at 2.68 yuan. AgBank's Shanghai shares were predicted to see a rise of between 3% and 12% for the session, according to analysts cited by CNBC. Some analysts said the performance may have reflected concerns over the rural lender's inability to exercise the the so-called green shoe option on its initial public offering to claim the record for the biggest listing. The shares will debut on the Hong Kong exchange Friday. Banks were broadly lower. Industrial & Commercial Bank of China fell 1.7% and China Construction Bank gave up 2.1% in Shanghai; in Hong Kong, the stocks fell 2.4% and 2.3%, respectively. Economic data were mixed and had a limited impact on Asian stock trading, though did provide a negative impetus in global trading. The nation's gross domestic product rose 10.3% on-year in the second quarter, from the first quarter's 11.9% growth rate, and undershot ...
Asian shares rallied after Australia kept rates unchanged, the yen weakened and investors tried to bargain-hunt in China. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 Index gained 1.3%, Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average increased 0.8%, Taiwan's Taiex Index climbed 1.5% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rose 1.2%. China's Shanghai Composite Index jumped 1.9%. Australia's central bank kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged, as expected. The bank also provided positive comments on the economy and some hawkish comments. Japanese stocks also got a boost from a weaker yen. In company news, HTC rose on two upgrades. Shares were raised to overweight from underweight at HSBC Holdings, and to buy from sell at Yuanta Financial Holding Co, Bloomberg reports. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) gained after JPMorgan Chase raised its share-price forecast to NT$80 from NT$75 and maintained its overweight rating, according to Bloomberg. Aluminum Corp. of China (ACH) rose after the company said it extended the deadline for a planned private placement of A shares by a year. Sony (SNE) gained after saying it will introduce a new model of its PlayStation 3 video-game console on July 29 in Japan, offering more memory at the same price as the previous machine.
Trader Atul Suri said the charts of global markets are looking weak. We see a 15-16% decline in global markets. The Shanghai index can go down to 2200 levels.^M
Goldman Sachs Hands Clients Losses in Top Trades www.ElizaMcNamara.com My source is http May 19 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. racked up trading profits for itself every day last quarter. Clients who followed the firms investment advice fared far worse. www.businessweek.com Eliza McNamara says that Goldman Sachs handles top investors accounts and they are considered to be one of if not the best investment bank but there have been some scandals of late that are tarnishing their good name. Who knows if it is all true? There are always two sides to every story, the saga will continue for some time yet I'm sure. en.wikipedia.org Seven of the investment banks nine recommended top trades for 2010 have been money losers for investors who adopted the New York-based firms advice, according to data compiled by Bloomberg from a Goldman Sachs research note sent yesterday. Clients who used the tips lost 14 percent buying the Polish zloty versus the Japanese yen, 9.4 percent buying Chinese stocks in Hong Kong and 9.8 percent trading the British pound against the New Zealand dollar. wallstreetblips.dailyradar.com The struggles for analysts at Goldman Sachs, which is fighting a fraud lawsuit from US regulators who accuse the company of misleading investors in a mortgage-linked security, show the difficulty of predicting market movements as widening budget deficits, a fragile global economic recovery and tighter financial regulations increase volatility. Stock and currency ...
Elliott Wave update and analysis of the Ending Diagonal terminal formation in the S&P 500 Index. Also included is a look at the current count in Gold. Nothing in this video is to be taken as trading or investment advice. This video is educational only and explores whether or not the Elliott Wave theory can be useful in determining market direction. It also serves as education on Elliott Wave Theory and on recent market history.
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US stocks closed slightly lower on Tuesday, giving up early gains boosted by consumer confidence data and strong earnings from Apple. Investors remained cautious as there were continued concerns over bank regulation plans. Asian markets fell sharply yesterday amid ongoing worries over US banks restriction and China's limits on bank lending. The Shanghai Composite Index and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index each fell 2.4%, while Taiwan's Taiex tumbled 3.5%. Japan's Nikkei 225 Average was down 1.8% and South Korea's Kospi lost 2.0%. Company News Sumitomo Metal Industries Ltd. (TYO:5405) and Sumitomo Corp. (TYO:8053) expect to receive a EUR91 million order from Nord Stream AG to supply coated steel pipes for a natural gas pipeline connecting Russia and European countries. The pair has received an informal notice of awarding the contract from Nord Stream, a consortium formed by Gazprom OAO (LON:GAZP), E. ON Ruhrgas AG, BASF/Wintershall Holding AG and NV Nederlandse Gasunie. PSA Peugeot Citroen SA (EPA:UG) said it was still in exploratory discussions with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (TYO:7211) to form a stronger partnership in response to reports that talks between the two automaker were nearly stalled due to valuation hurdles. Mitsubishi Motors also said a capital alliance is possible. Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co. (SEO:005380) is studying a possible entry into the low cost hatchback market in Brazil, the company said Tuesday. The company aims to build a new assembly line in Sao ...
AFPHong Kong, China stocks fall; BOC slipsReutersThe (Shanghai) index is expected to fluctuate between 3000 and 3300 points." The Shanghai Composite Index .SSEC was down 0.66 percent, ending the morning at ...China stocks slip 1.1 pct on bank fundraising worriesReuters UKBank of China gets support despite share sale planMarketWatchShanghai shares drop led by banks [12:53]Shanghai DailyGulfNews -AFP -Meattradenewsdaily (blog)all 243 news articles »
India Hit by Record Low 'Buys' on Rate OutlookBusinessWeekThe rally pushed the Sensex's valuation above China's Shanghai Composite Index, which trades for 18 times analysts' earnings estimates. ...and more »
Asian Stocks Fall for Sixth Day on Bank Capital, Profit ConcernBusinessWeekHong Kong's Hang Seng Index dipped 0.9 percent, while the Shanghai Composite Index in China lost 0.6 percent. Japan's Nikkei 225 Stock Average sank 0.4 ...Asia Stocks Extend Losses After Wall Street TumbleABC NewsAsian markets down for sixth dayMalaysia Starall 76 news articles »
Asian Shares Lower; Financials Suffer Broad LossesWall Street Journal... Australia's S&P/ASX 200 was 0.8% lower, South Korea's Kospi Composite fell 0.6%, China's Shanghai Composite dropped 0.7%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index ...and more »
China Stocks' Decline Signals Sell to DMG: Technical AnalysisBusinessWeek25 (Bloomberg) -- Investors should “cash out” of China's stocks after the Shanghai Composite Index dipped below its 100-day moving average, Singapore-based ...and more »
Hang Seng Index extends fall as banks declineMarketWatchY) fell 1.3% after announcing Friday it will seek shareholder approval to sell securities that could dilute its share capital by up to 20%. China's Shanghai ...and more »
China.org.cnHong Kong stocks at 3-mth closing low, China fallsReuters"It's just following the pattern of the Shanghai index, which recovered some of its morning losses," said Alfred Chan, chief dealer at Cheer Pearl ...China First Heavy Announces Shanghai IPONew York TimesChina Shares End Down On Wall St Decline, Tightening ConcernsWall Street JournalChina shares up after rumor of loan ban deniedBusinessWeekChinavestor.com -Financial Times -CNNMoney.comall 70 news articles »
...SHANGHAI'S key stock index reversed earlier losses today, shored up by the country's strong economic growth. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index added 0.22 percent, or 7.01 points, to close at 3,158.86 points. Turnover shrank to 142.1 billion yuan (US$11.3...
Boston GlobeChina Shares End Higher; Banks Rise On Rate Hike ExpectationsWall Street JournalAnalysts said the gains are unsustainable because of uncertainty over the government's next tightening move, and the Shanghai index could test the key ...Hong Kong, China stocks down as banks weighReutersEconomic data bolsters Shanghai indexShanghai DailyChina shares fall on credit contraction jittersBusinessWeekMarketWatch -Reuters UK -Alibaba News Channelall 1,068 news articles »
Boston GlobeChina Shares End Tad Up On Bargain Hunting In Banks, DevelopersWall Street JournalThe index rose 0.9% this week. The Shenzhen Composite Index rose 0.6%, or 7.6 points, to 1226.72. Analysts said the Shanghai index is likely to consolidate ...Shanghai Stock Market vs S&PMarketWatch (blog)China shares fall after bank lending curbedBusinessWeekChina shares bounce back in Shanghai, HK fallsChinavestor.comXinhua -istockAnalyst.com (press release) -Shanghai Dailyall 656 news articles »
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AFPChina Shares Rise On Continued Optimism About Index FuturesWall Street JournalThe Shenzhen Composite Index rose 2.0%, or 23.15 points, to 1213.10. Analysts said the Shanghai index is likely to consolidate in a 3200-3300 range ...China's key Shanghai stock index gained led by shipping, brokerage sharesXinhuaChina jumps, led by shipping stocks; HK slipsReutersChina Stocks Gain on Index Futures; Citic Securities, ICBC RiseBusinessWeekMarketWatch -Wall Street Journal -Wall Street Journalall 706 news articles »
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) is predicted to be on track to exceed Hong Kong as top IPO exchange in coming year. The SSE is currently #3.
The Steel Index Shanghai Seminar 2009 at Crowne Plaza on October 20th 2009
In todays market report Metallurgical Corp of China surged in its Shanghai debut opening 35 percent above its offer price. Its a building firm that completed the world's second-biggest IPO this year. But fears of oversupply amid of slew of new IPOs after Chinese authorities lifted a 10-month ban on new share sales dragged on the Shanghai index. Elsewhere in Asia trade was sluggish with most markets, including Japan, being closed. However, shares in casinos surged as China quietly eased restrictions on its citizens travelling from Guangdong Province to Macau. Meanwhile Las Vegas casino operator Wynn raised its Hong Kong IPO for its Macau unit to make around $1.6 billion after a favorable response to investors. And China's biggest privately owned carmaker Geely Automotive is reportedly in talks with an investment arm of Goldman Sachs. Goldman may invest $250 million in Geely, whose parent is eyeing Ford's Swedish car brand Volvo.
The Shanghai stock exchange is closed to foreign investors but open to tourists. See www.insidethemoderndragon.com/exchange
Visiting the Shanghai stock exchange was a little like visiting a ghost town that continued to operate long after all the people had deserted it. It was midday on Wednesday in late May. The market had been open for at least five hours.... (Read more at Inside the Modern Dragon, www.insidethemoderndragon.com
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...index and the CRB index, it’s not all that close. For instance, the commodity index continued to rise long after the Shanghai index topped out. Nor is the rise in commodities as steep as the rise in stocks. It will take a revival of global demand to boost...
In todays Market Report Chinese shares rebounded after hitting two month lows giving a boost to Asian markets after recent losses. Many investors are nervous that the 20 percent Shanghai index slide over the last two weeks could continue to decline.
overnight in 90 seconds at 9am in association with ASB, including renewed fears of a double dip recession in the global economy as US consumers continue to keep their wallets shut and consumer confidence wanes. The Dow fell 2% and the Shanghai Index fell 5.8%. The Nikkei fell 3%.The result from home improvement chain Lowes was very poor and 'back to school' sales were weak Investors are worried that US consumers, who were the engine room of global growth, have gone into their shells for ...
CBS NewsChina Stocks May Drop Further 10% on Loans, Xie SaysBloombergThe benchmark Shanghai Composite Index plunged 5.8 percent yesterday, the most since Nov. 18, extending its decline from this year's high on Aug. ...China stocks show signs of stability after slumpReutersShanghai exchange: Tea leaves might be helpfulGlobe and MailHong Kong shares waver as Shanghai volatileMarketWatchSeeking Alpha -Wall Street Journal -Reutersall 325 news articles »
RediffSensex Shanghaied, slips 627Times of IndiaOn Monday, as the Shanghai index crashed nearly 6% to the lowest level in 2009, markets across the globe felt the heat. On Dalal Street too, as investors ...Slump in Shanghai led by base metals hammers SensexMoneycontrol.comSensex Ends Down 4.1% on Weak Asian CuesWall Street JournalSensex joins revival cynics of the worldEconomic TimesBusiness Standard -NDTV.com -Moneycontrol.comall 122 news articles »
Gold SeekCanadian Dollar Rattled by Shanghai MeltdownGold SeekIn Shanghai , the world's wildest casino, the average Price /Earnings Ratio reached 38-times in July, compared with the MSCI Emerging Markets Index which ...and more »
Khaleej TimesChina pulls world stocks down as markets turn edgyForbes... trends over the last couple of years - the Shanghai index is down around 12 percent from its August 4 peak and is now below its 50-day moving average, ...A look at economic developments around the globeThe Associated PressMarkets fall despite Japan growthBBC NewsS&P futures down 1 pct in Asia on broad stock dropReutersMarketWatch -MarketWatch -The Associated Pressall 965 news articles »
The Associated PressBefore the bell: Stock futures fall shaprly on economic recovery ...BloggingStocks... pace of the global recovery spurred by concern over consumer outlook in the US with China's Shanghai index declining 5.8%, leading declines across Asia. ...Stock futures point to plunge on Wall StreetThe Associated PressWall Street plunges amid global sell-offXinhuaFutures Fall After Stock RallyCNBCThe Associated Press -CNBCall 136 news articles »
CBS NewsRenewed Risk Aversion Hits Financial MarketsWall Street Journal... and a slump in stock prices in Shanghai Monday. The University of Michigan's index of US consumer sentiment fell to 63.2 in August from 66.0 in July. ...Find a BrokerMSN MoneyStocks tumble as investors worry about consumersThe Associated Pressus Futures Track Overseas SelloffWall Street JournalWall Street Journal -Wall Street Journalall 651 news articles »