[NEW YORK] Wall Street fell on Friday as negative headlines about Johnson & Johnson and Boeing, along with bleak economic data from China, soured investor risk appetite and offset generally...

[BEIJING] China will allow onshore investors to buy dual-class shares traded in Hong Kong for the first time, giving them access to some of the world's hottest startups such as Xiaomi Corp and...

[NEW YORK] US stocks opened slightly lower on Friday, weighed down by Johnson & Johnson, while upbeat earnings reports limited losses and calmed nerves about the global economy after China...

THE Straits Times Index (STI) opened 0.1 per cent lower, and built on losses during the session to close at 3,114.16, skidding 11.98 points or 0.4 per cent. 

 

MALAYSIA share prices closed lower on Friday, with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index down 3.35 points to 1,571.15.

[HONG KONG] Shares in Hong Kong and Shanghai sank on Friday after data showed China's economy growing at its slowest pace for almost 30 years.

[LONDON] Europe's main stock markets slid at the open on Friday with London's benchmark FTSE 100 shares index down 0.4 per cent at 7,155.56 points.

[SEOUL] South Korean shares retreated on Friday as China's weak growth data dampened the optimism from a divorce deal between the UK and the European Union. The Korean won and the benchmark bond...

[BENGALURU] Australian shares ended lower for the second straight session on Friday as investors took money off the table after a recent rally and weak economic growth data out of China took a...

[TOKYO] Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei index closed higher on Friday following rallies on Wall Street in cautious trade ahead of the British parliament's vote on a new Brexit deal.