Asian stock markets gained Monday after Japan's central bank promised more asset purchases to shore up financial markets and more governments prepared to revive struggling economies by reopening businesses
Monday’s plunge in US crude came as the May contract expiry looms at the end of Tuesday trade.
Asian stocks opened higher on Monday as there was a marked improvement due to the falling number of coronavirus deaths and new cases.
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ECB propped up sentiment while the world struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
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Trump announced on Wednesday the United States will suspend all travel from Europe, except from the United Kingdom, to the United States for 30 days starting on Friday
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After a choppy session, the 30-share Sensex settled 189.43 points, or 0.50%, lower at 37,451.84.
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US issues with China are “too serious” to be resolved with promises from Beijing to purchase more US goods, said US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer
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The benchmark BSE Sensex gave up all early gains and fell over 200 points in afternoon trade on Wednesday
After a volatile session, the 30-share index settled 156.28 points, or 0.43 percent, down at 35,853.56, while the broader NSE Nifty fell 57.35 points, or 0.53 percent, to finish at 10,737.60.
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"Those who were risk averse are reversing their positions," said Yoshinori Shigemi, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management in Tokyo.
Commodities, far from immune to the slide in global equities, remained subdued