MARKETS IN TURMOIL

TRADE risks returned to global markets on Monday, following US President Donald Trump's new tariff threats, prompting analysts to recommend profit-taking as the bull run may take a pause.

REGIONAL markets plunged on Monday after US President Donald Trump threatened to hike tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese goods if a deal is not reached by Friday.

[TOKYO] Asian shares slipped on Thursday as a surprise deterioration in German business morale rekindled fears of slowing global growth, while oil prices pulled back slightly after a sharp run-up...

[HONG KONG] Financial markets in Australia, Hong Kong and Wellington are closed on Monday for a public holiday.

[SYDNEY] Asian share markets swung higher on Wednesday as a raft of Chinese data easily beat expectations in a sign Beijing's policy stimulus may finally be gaining traction in the world's second-...

[SINGAPORE] The wall of worry surrounding Asia's double-digit stock market growth this year just got another impetus: equity ETFs (exchange-traded funds) inflows have dwindled.

[HONG KONG] Asian markets were mixed Monday but investors remain broadly upbeat after a strong US jobs report that eased concerns about the world's top economy, while the pound edged up at the...

[SINGAPORE] What we've been witnessing in Asia and the emerging markets could just be a "bear-market bounce"....

[SYDNEY] Asian stocks crept higher on Monday as hints of progress on the Sino-US trade standoff provided a rare glint of optimism in what has been a disappointing year for equities in the region...

[TOKYO] With about four days of Asia equity trading left for the year and low volumes across the board, traders don't seem to be taking any chances....