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
On Friday, many large block trades were linked to an investment fund, Archegos Capital. Investors said these block trades caused big declines in the stocks of a clutch of companies.
Asian shares bounced back from a three-month low on Friday’s trade. This came after a late-day rally on Wall Street. Chinese shares fell on Thursday, near to a three-month low
Australia stocks were higher on Thursday after the close. Gains in the Healthcare, Consumer Discretionary, and Utilities sectors led the shares higher. The S&P/ASX 200 gained 0.17% at the close