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Shares of ZTE sank during Tuesday morning trade after the U.S. Senate passed a defense bill that had implications for an agreement struck with the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker.
Asian stocks looked set to edge higher on Tuesday after investor concerns over a trade war between the U.S. and China weighed on markets in recent sessions.
Asian markets looked set to slip on Monday after tariffs imposed by the U.S. on Chinese goods were met with swift retaliation from Beijing.
Futures pointed to gains for Asian shares on Friday, with major moves seen in currency markets after the European Central Bank outlined plans for its asset-purchasing program.
Asian markets were poised to decline on Thursday after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates and indicated two more rate hikes were likely in 2018.
ZTE plunges around 40% as shares resume trade
June 12, 2018
Telecommunications equipment maker ZTE fell more than 40 percent in Hong Kong after its shares resumed trade there and in Shenzhen.
Asian markets looked poised to trade sideways in early Wednesday trade as investors began to shift their focus to the Federal Reserve's June meeting.
Asian stocks look set to climb after shaking off trade jitters ahead of Trump-Kim summit
June 11, 2018
Asian markets looked set to advance in early Tuesday trade ahead of the highly anticipated meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore.
Markets in the region looked set to start the week on a defensive tone on Monday despite slight gains seen on Wall Street in the last session.
Asian stocks appeared set to pull back on Friday, with futures pointing to a lower open for markets in Japan and Australia after U.S. markets closed mixed.
Asian markets look set to climb after Dow tops 25,000 and as investors digest ECB comments
June 06, 2018
Asian shares looked set to rise on Thursday, with futures pointing to gains in markets in Japan and Australia.
Futures pointed to a mostly steady open for markets in Asia on Wednesday after a mixed close on Wall Street in the last session.
Asian markets looked set for a mixed start on Tuesday after stocks advanced in the last session amid improved investor sentiment.
Asian stocks looked set to open higher on Monday after U.S. markets notched gains on the back of an expectation-topping U.S. jobs report.
European stocks seen higher after Italy agrees to form a government; trade tensions limit gains
May 31, 2018
European markets are set to open higher Friday morning after Italian parties averted the prospect of a snap election, although renewed fears of a global trade conflict appeared to limit gains.
Asian markets were set to open lower on Friday after the U.S. announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports would be reapplied on some countries.
Asian stocks looked set to rebound on Thursday as global markets recovered after recent fears over Italy faded.
Asian markets looked set to decline, with a sell-off in U.S. and European markets expected to weigh on sentiment.
Asian stocks look set for lower open as oil declines
May 28, 2018
Asian markets were poised to open lower on Tuesday, with Italian politics and the slide in oil prices in the spotlight overnight.
Asian markets were set for a mixed start on Monday after oil prices fell in the last session and geopolitical concerns related to North Korea faded.
Futures tipped a lower start to the session for Asian markets following news that U.S. President Donald Trump had canceled a planned meeting with Kim Jong Un.
Asian markets were set to decline on Thursday despite slight gains seen stateside after the release of the Federal Reserve's latest minutes.
Futures tipped a lower open for Asia after U.S. stocks fizzled on the back of President Donald Trump's remarks that he was "not satisfied" with the latest round of trade talks with China.
Asian stocks set for mixed start after US-China trade talks give global markets a boost
May 21, 2018
Asian markets looked set for a mixed start after Wall Street notched gains on the back of an apparent cooling in recent U.S.-China trade tensions.
Weekend developments in U.S.-China talks, regarded as positive by analysts on the whole, are likely to be in the spotlight as markets open for trade this week.
Futures pointed to a higher open in Asia on the last trading day of the week, with markets likely shrugging off the soggy close on Wall Street.
Asian stocks looked set to follow Wall Street higher on Thursday, with the small-cap Russell 2000 notching a record close.
Futures in Asia pointed to a lower open following a down day for Wall Street as the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield rose to 3.09 percent in the last session.
Asian shares looked set for a mixed start after U.S. stocks recorded gains amid developments in U.S.-China trade ties.