Are we there yet? No bottom in sight for China stocks
Sunday, 16 September 2018 SHANGHAI - Shanghai is the world's worst-performing major stock market this year despite respectable corporate earnings, a disconnect which is feeding growing talk that Chinese equities are now a screaming buy.
Reuters reports that oil prices plunged 7 percent on Tuesday. This on persistent concerns of oversupply and weakening global demand. The fall caused Wall Street stocks to reverse early gains that were..
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Asian shares drifted lower on Monday as signs of softening demand in China rekindled anxiety about the outlook for world growth, but Saudi Arabia’s plans to cut production helped..
In this video Jim Iuorio, Managing Director TJM Institutional Services and Scott Martin, Chief Investment Officer of Kingsview Asset Management discuss today's relief rally and if a divided Congress is..