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Asia's shares rise after the massive rally on Wall Street

Japan's Nikkei rose 4% on Thursday morning, lifting the index from the bear market it reached only two days ago. The remarkable recovery of Wall Street is "a welcome breath for Asian investors," said Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific Trade Director for online broker Oanda. "This recovery should put a stop to feverish anxiety, where investors believed that the investment world as …

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Nikkei rises, leading Asian market recovers after Wall Street's big rally

An incredible day on Wall Street, with significant indexes ending at least 5%, boosted early gains on Thursday in Asia as traders returned from a Christmas break. Stock markets were also strengthened by crude oil futures, which rose 8% on Wednesday, reaching 17-month lows when a Russian official predicted that the oil price would stabilize in 2019. The Japanese index …

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Asian stocks gain profits following Wall Street recovery

SINGAPORE (AP) – An incredible day on Wall Street, with major indexes closing at least 5 percent higher, sparked early gains on Thursday as traders returned from a Christmas break. SCORE: Japanese Nikkei Index 225 rallied 3.4 percent to 19,986.32. On Tuesday he fell more than 5 percent before recovering a bit later the day after. The South Korean Kospi …

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Mark Meadows says Trump is still "very solid" on the wall

Speaking to the president since Saturday, the North Carolina Republican described the Democrats as "misunderstood" Trump if they thought he was going to compromise on financing the wall. "I can tell you if the President believes In order to give in on this particular issue, they misunderstand it and misunderstand the American people," Meadows told CNN's Manu Raju about "Inside …

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Wall Street has its best day in the holiday experience for 10 years

On Wednesday, December 26, 2018, a headline will appear on a television screen in the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street stock prices are much higher on Wednesday, with real estate, commodities and energy stocks rebounding strongly against Monday's heavy losses. less On Wednesday, December 26, 2018, a headline appears on a television screen in the floor …

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Stock markets are terrified as Wall Street returns from the Christmas break

In Asian markets, Japan's Nikkei fluctuated between gains and losses on Wednesday, before closing nearly 1%. The shaky trade followed 5% on Christmas day, putting the Japanese index into a bear market. In China, the Shanghai Composite fell 0.3% on Wednesday afternoon. Fears that economic growth is slowing have been compounded by a series of disturbing movements in Washington in …

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Nancy Pelosi zaps Trump's latest version of his boundary wall as a "bead curtain"

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Mocked President Donald Trump's modified version of his border wall, calling his last iteration a "beaded curtain" in an interview with USA Today. Trump insisted throughout his campaign, and for nearly two years as President, that the wall would be concrete. Now he speaks of a "steel lamella fence" or a "steel lamella barrier", which he …

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Trump: No collusion, no end to the deadlock without wall financing, no problem with Finance Minister Mnuchin

President Donald Trump argued on Tuesday that federal workers are supporting his position in fighting Democrats for billions of dollars in funding the border wall, four days after a partial government shutdown, with no clear ending in sight. Interest in Donald Trump Add Donald Trump as an interest to keep abreast of Donald Trump's latest news, videos and analysis from …

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Trump demands a border wall at Christmas

P The resident of Trump delivered a Christmas message that many did not want to hear: "I can not tell you when the government will be open. I can tell you that it will not be open until we have a wall, a fence, whatever you want to call it. " " But it's all the same, it's a barrier …

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