Fundamental analytics

Asian stock markets were mainly higher on Tuesday, despite crude oil prices eased following President Trump's promise to announce his decision on the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday.

So... The oil market has been going crazy in the last few days.

Equity markets in Asia traded mostly in green territory on Monday as players digested US labor data and an unexpected increase in crude oil prices earlier today.

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Asian stock markets were mostly down on Friday, with participants closely monitoring US-China trade talks developments, while awaiting key employment data later in the session.

Asia: Japan’s household spending for March is due as of 23:30 GMT, with a 0.7 percent month-over-month reading eyed.

Markets in Asian traded mixed on Thursday as investors digested a widely anticipated interest rate decision by the US Federal Reserve while looking ahead to US-China trade talks.

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Asian equity markets were mixed on Wednesday following a similar dynamic on Wall Street and as investors progressively returned after holidays.

I get it. From the thousand articles you read this week about the market, gold has been mentioned over and over again as a safe-haven asset.