Mixed performance of Asian shares points to the start of a possibly turbulent week. There are both losses and gains in Asia even though American major shares are all in the red zone. Although traders can find their solace in oil that is rising today amidst OPEC possible supply number cuts.
Stocks in Asian and America have slid down today as the new concerns for Chinese economy are now looming over the heads of traders. In case you hoped for more gains at the end of the week, today is not your day.
As the American mid-term passed right through us there are some consequence that we have to be aware of. Although right now we see nothing bad happening to the markets and seemingly we have nothing to worry about, so we are going to enjoy that while it lasts.
Asian and world stocks and indices are mixed today ahead of the midterm elections in the United States. Dollar and other currencies are relatively stable, although there are gains by the British currency.
New week starts off with mixed performance across the markets. Shares and indices across Asia are losing points despite almost perfect weekly closure on Friday. Although traders around the world that optimistic outlook on the possible American-Chinese talks was going to change the situation, we only see the escalation of it today. Greenback is us once again with other currencies smothered under the growing currency.