Markets in Japan and mainland China rose on Friday after Wall Street made another record day. Most of the other global markets were closed for the Good Friday holiday. The
Asia Pacific stocks rose on Thursday morning, the start of April, on a high note. Investors were digesting economic data from China and Japan, as well as a new U.S.
Asian stocks were on the defensive on Wednesday as the dollar held near a one-year high. Treasury yields started edging up again, affecting sentiment even as Chinese data showed signs
Asia’s stocks were mostly up Tuesday morning, as investors kept in check further damage arising from Archegos Capital Management’s collapse. However, the current pace of the U.S. economic recovery from