Asian stocks track Brexit deal cheer but China caution prevails

  Reuters 

Image source : reuters.com
Asian stocks edged higher on Friday, tracking the global lift in sentiment after the UK and the European Union struck a long-awaited Brexit deal, but concern about the Chinese economy is likely to cap gains with data expected to show weaker growth.
 ▼ Related news : 
Asian stocks struggle as coronavirus hurts US-China relations
City A.M  
Asian American Consumer Market Is Now $1.2 Trillion And What That Means For Digital Brands
Forbes.com  
Black and Asian people in Birmingham "too scared to go back to work and school"
Birmingham mail  
34 Celebs Who Have Asian Or Pacific Islander Heritage
BuzzFeed  
Asian Americans Are Dealing With a Wave of Bigotry and Assaults Because of Coronavirus
VICE  
FTSE 100 LIVE: Asian stocks struggle amid growing concerns over global economy recovery
Daily Express  
Asian Markets Mixed on Coronavirus News: Live Updates
The New York Times  
Asian equities rally stalls on lingering economic uncertainty
International Business Times  
Recent News !
  Under-fire Dominic Cummings tonight blasted press outside his home for not social distancing after he was given Boris Johnson's backing over...
  ANDREW PIERCE: Militant leaders of the National Education Union make it clear they will stop at nothing to prevent schools opening on June 1using often spurious...
  Meet London's Freelance Club, helping independents build their career
  A record 93,000 women are already on the waiting list for the £34 Boots No7 cream which will be released on Thursday.
  Dr Harry Barry claims the fear of missing out has been replaced with the fear of going out. The author of ten books on mental health, shares his advice for overcoming fear as the UK lockdown...
  Barring an 11th hour setback, racing will resume in Britain next Monday, a week before the Irish action recommences on June 8. It’s been a fraught time for the...
  Cork C of I’s men and UCC’s women were awarded the Munster Division One titles over the weekend on a percentage basis having both run up perfect records in the top provincial...
  To mark English Tourism Week, we will be running a series of features on the challenges facing the North East right now - and how our Passionate People, Passionate Places ...
  Coronavirus lockdown gives new lease of life to variety used mainly by restaurants * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage...
  CEBR recalculates one-day shutdown as financial boost after ‘enforced abstinence’ from Covid-19 lockdown A prominent economist, who once suggested that the...
  The 1970 act established the principle of equal pay for equal work after a strike by women at Ford’s Dagenham plant A consistently high number of workers are alleging...
  Medical research has found that as many as 29% of swab tests produce the wrong result * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage Doctors’...
  * Government’s latest guidelines pave way to ‘opt out’ * Seven-page document contains eight points of guidanceElite athletes must be given the ability to opt...
  From supporting arts venues to using delivery services from local businesses, here are some ways to help the region best survive the coronavirus outbreak
  Regions will be affected by having fewer jobs where remote working an option, UCC study finds
  The NUSC has much to offer, with a range of sailing boats to race, restore or just cruise on
  The host of BBC2 documentary Beyond Boundaries, is among the 20-strong line-up when the addictive cooking show returns to our screens this summer
  Bread and male grooming products among things consumers decided they can do without
  Tracy and Dean Tweedy, who own Borth Wild Animal Kingdom in Wales, claim they are running out of money to feed their animals and may be forced to...
  This may come as something of a shock to all of you this morning, struggling to get the scrambled eggs in past the face mask, but it’s true.
  Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Bayern Leverkusen all record wins in the Bundesliga, to keep chasing league leaders Bayern Munich in race ...
  Carlow manager Turlough O’Brien says there are ‘flaws’ in the GAA’s anti-doping education programme following the four-year ban received by his player Ray Walker.
  The United Kingdom should ensure that China's efforts to impose a new national security law on Hong Kong are on the agenda for the G7 ...
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode