Asian stock markets closed mixed on Thursday’s session as investors showed caution over the outlook for global growth as they awaited the outcome of China-U.S. trade negotiations.
Asian markets ended Friday’s session in red territories, due to Chinese trade data for February results came in lower than expected. Furthermore, investors are dealing with new concerns over the global economy situation and looking for updates on the trade talks.
Asian markets ended Monday’s session in mixed territories after the U.S. and China missed expectations on crucial data last Friday, prompting further worries over a global economic slowdown.
Asian markets ended higher on Tuesday’s session taking cues from global stocks which rose after last-minute tweaks to Britain's deal to leave the European Union that eased some fears of a No-Deal Brexit.
Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday due to global doubts after the U.K. lawmakers rejected the terms of the deal for Britain to leave the European Union.
Asian stocks finished Wednesday’s session mostly lower after multiple negative reports related to the U.S.-China trade conflict. Japan stocks closed higher, while China, Korea, and Australia stocks finished the session lower.
Asian stocks finished Thursday’s session mostly higher after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced it was keeping interest rates unchanged, and indicated that no more rate increase would be coming in 2019.
Asian stocks finished Friday’s session higher as investors dealt with the consequences of a more dovish U.S. Federal Reserve
Asian stocks finished Monday’s session significantly lower after weak economic data from Europe and a growing concern of potential recession in the U.S. economy.