WALLL STREET INSIGHT

GLOBAL stocks have re-entered a bull market on hopes that the world economy is starting to emerge from its chrysalis, but the bull could wobble this week if reopening plans in Germany, Texas and...

[LONDON] European equities are turning in their best year of gains in a decade and a growing chorus of brokerage strategists is betting the market can outdo its more popular US peer in 2020. Many...

CHINA'S blistering rally in pork prices, which has pushed the country's inflation to the highest in seven years, may ease by the end of the year as the government takes a raft of measures to rein...

[NEW YORK] Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren energized several thousand New Yorkers on Monday with a list of ideas for fixing a "broken" American system she says only benefits the...

FIRST, iron ore hit US$100 a ton, then it raced straight to US$110, and now spot prices are well north of US$120: the commodity's rally has been so strong it's triggering warnings that the gains...

TREASURIES are in the vanguard of a bull run in global bonds, bringing into sight the prospect of benchmark 10-year yields dropping to 2 per cent for the first time since late 2016.

ANALYSTS expecting the pound to rally more than 5 per cent on a market-friendly Brexit resolution may be too optimistic.

[HONG KONG] The pound extended its rally in Asian trade after British Prime Minister Theresa May hammered out a revision to her controversial Brexit deal she hopes will be enough to push through...

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong's embattled democracy advocates kicked off 2019 with a large street rally on Tuesday, lamenting what they said had been a grim year for freedoms and steeling themselves for...

[NEW YORK] The Japanese yen is set to end the year as the biggest winner against the US dollar among major currencies, after benefiting as investors sought out safety amid 2018's...