Asia Pacific stocks were mixed on Monday morning. Markets were shocked with President Tayyip Erdogan replacing Turkey’s hawkish central bank governor. Per Hammarlund, the senior EM strategist at SEB Research,
MSCI’s benchmark for global equity markets rose 1% this week. However, it reversed track on Friday due to pressure from a surge in U.S. bond yields. In the week to
The euro-zone economy is lagging behind the United States due to slow vaccine rollout. This got worse due to the suspension of AstraZeneca Plc’s shot in several member states. The
New York held on to the top with 764 points. This was based on 65,507 financial centers assessments provided by 10,774 respondents to the Global Financial Centres Index online questionnaire.