Asia Pacific stocks were mostly up on Wednesday morning after their biggest decline in two months. Investors continued to digest U.S. earnings reports, COVID-19 virus variants, and hurdles to more
Asian stocks were low on Tuesday, declining from record highs, over worries about the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion stimuli. Concerns about potential roadblocks to the stimulus weighed on sentiment, dragging
Asian shares were mostly up, Monday morning, but the worsening pandemic and prospects for U.S. stimulus measures remain. The virus surge remains in investor’s minds, and it continues to challenge
Asia Pacific stocks were mostly down, retreating from Thursday’s rally on Friday morning. Investors digested expectations on earnings and the increased U.S. fiscal spending promised by U.S. President Joe Biden.