Japan’s leading messaging application provider Line made a robust debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Friday in Japan’s largest initial public offering this year.
Japanese shares fell in trading Wednesday due to the strengthening of the yen and concerns about Brexit.
Sterling hit a new 31-year low against the dollar on Wednesday, falling below 1.30 dollars to the pound amid concerns about the effects of Brexit on the nation's finances.
Japanese shares were mixed Thursday following rebounds in European equities after the shock of last week’s British vote to leave the European Union. Some investors, however, sold stocks to lock in...
The pound edged up against the dollar on Tuesday, for the first time since Britain's vote to exit the European Union had sent it downward last week.
Japanese shares were mixed Tuesday as market sentiment was hurt by heavy overnight losses on Wall Street and in European equities, following last week’s British vote to leave the European Union....
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average soared 2.3 per cent Monday, despite the yen’s rise, after last week's global sell-off triggered by the British vote to leave the European Union
Japanese stocks jumped more than 2 per cent Monday for the second straight trading day of rise as market sentiment was bolstered by increasing British support for remaining in the European Union...
Japanese shares fell around 3.5 per cent on Monday as uncertainty continued to hang over Britain's referendum on its European Union membership.
Japanese shares plummeted more than 2 per cent Thursday for the second straight day of decline with export-linked issues dragged down by the yen’s sharp rise against major currencies.
Japanese shares bounced back Tuesday for the first rise in three trading days, bolstered by a weaker yen and overnight gains on Wall Street.
Japanese stocks fell 3 per cent Monday for the second straight trading day of fall as investor sentiment was hurt by a stronger yen, falling oil prices and growing concerns about the two major...
European shares jumped on Tuesday amid renewed hopes about China's economic outlook, higher oil prices and the prospects of consolidation in the global steel sector.
Japanese shares bounced back Tuesday for the first rise in five trading days as export-linked stocks were lifted by a weaker yen.
European bourses rebounded strongly on Wednesday, led by a surge in the region's banking stocks with shares in Germany's biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, rocketing by 13 per cent.