Oil prices rose on Friday, hovering near a six-week high as US oil producers in the Gulf of Mexico
BNP Paribas expects the Fed to announce its decision at the July meeting to cut interest rates for the first time after four years of monetary tightening
European shares opened lower Tuesday as it could be the third consecutive daily loss as German stocks fell sharply due to a profit warning from chemicals giant BASF.
Oil prices fell on Tuesday on concern over demand after the latest signs that the US-China trade war has a negative impact on the global economy
Japan Industry minister noted that export restrictions may increase or decrease in the coming period.
The dollar steadied near a three-week high in early trade on Monday, keeping gains after strong US jobs data dampened expectations that Fed will cut interest rates sharply.
German exports rebounded at a stronger than expected pace in May but failed to recover fully from a drop in the previous month
BOJ governor Kuroda stressed the need to continue the current expansionary monetary policy for as long as possible until inflation reaches the limit of 2%
Household spending in Japan rose at the fastest pace in four years in May in a sign that improving domestic demand
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