Fundamental analytics

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.

So… have you been following the cryptocurrency market since Bitcoin’s recent crash?

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.

Stock indexes in Australia and Japan were higher on Tuesday, while most markets in the region remained closed for the day in observance of national holidays.

The fact that you made a couple of bucks buying and selling Bitcoin doesn’t make it a true investment.

Asian equity markets were mostly higher on Monday, with investors focusing on geopolitical tensions over the Middle East while keeping an eye on fresh economic reports.

Asia: Japanese and Chinese markets will remain closed on Monday in observance of national holidays.

Markets in Asia were mostly higher on Thursday, following a modest increase of Wall Street’s top three indexes while market participants awaited fresh economic reports later in the day.

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