Tuesday, January 21, 2020
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Treasury yields climb as Brexit fears ease, US earnings prove better...

U.S. government debt yields rose on Monday after the European Union granted the United Kingdom an extension for rounding out its Brexit and corporate...

‘You can’t rule anything out in Argentina’: Default risk casts a...

Voters in South America's second-largest country will head to the ballot box on Sunday, less than three months after a dress rehearsal for the...

European stocks close slightly higher as investors digest a fresh round...

European stocks ended slightly higher on Friday after a substantial round of corporate earnings, while traders also monitored Brexit developments and tense exchanges between...

Asia markets mixed as investors search for guidance on trade and...

Asia markets traded mixed on Friday as investors searched for guidance on developments in the U.S.-China trade war and in the U.K.'s planned departure...

European stocks close higher amid corporate earnings season and Brexit limbo

European stocks traded higher Thursday as traders remain in limbo over an expected delay to the U.K.'s departure from the European Union, while corporate...

Asia Pacific shares mostly rise as growth in South Korea continues...

Asia Pacific shares mostly rose in the afternoon, as latest figures showed that South Korea's economy continued to slow. Investors, meanwhile, look ahead to...

Major Asia Pacific shares fall as Brexit looks set for a...

Major Asia Pacific markets mostly fell by the closeon Wednesday afternoon, as developments on Brexit overnight meant the deadline for the U.K. to leave...

Treasury yields steady amid US-China trade optimism, economic data

U.S. government debt yields held steady on Tuesday as investors monitored a fresh batch of economic data and Treasury auctions.Treasurys rates have risen in...

European stocks close slightly higher with Brexit and earnings in focus;...

European markets closed slightly higher on Tuesday, as U.K. lawmakers debated Prime Minister Boris Johnson's EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill ahead of two crucial votes.The...

Long-term negative rates have ‘adverse consequences’ we don’t fully understand, says...

Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of U.S. banking giant J.P. Morgan Chase, told CNBC-TV18 that lowering interest rates is not a game-changer in driving...