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US stocks clawed back much of the ground they lost in an early plunge triggered by the arrest of a key Chinese Huawei executive at Washington's request.
Stocks across the globe have fallen sharply joining a global stocks sell-off after the arrest of a key Chinese Huawei executive at Washington's request revived worries over trade tensions.
The dollar fell versus the euro and pound Tuesday after US President Donald Trump hit out at the Federal Reserve’s interest rate rises, accusing it of not backing his economic plan, while most equity markets climbed looking ahead to China-US trade talks.
Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday as geopolitical worries ebbed after US and North Korean officials met Sunday to resume preparations for a summit between the leaders of the two countries.
Japanese stocks led the way in Asia on Friday, climbing higher following a rally on Wall Street but the majority of Asian markets were closed for the Easter holiday.
Asian equities continued their positive start to the year on Wednesday following more record closes on Wall Street, but the dollar faced further selling pressure.
Oil price rose and Nasdaq Composite had its best day in nearly a year on Saturday, boosted by strong corporate earnings, while the euro posted its worst week of 2017 after the European Central Bank decided to prolong its bond buying to keep interest rates low.
Zenith Bank has reiterated its commitment in supporting children and youths to positively engage technology in setting goals and having the goals met.
Isaac Success extended his goal drought to six games in the EPL for Watford who played out a 2-2 draw away to Everton in Monday night clash at Goodison Park.
LeBron James won the final instalment of his long rivalry with Dwyane Wade on Monday, scoring 28 points as the Los Angeles Lakers held on for a 108-105 victory over the Miami Heat at the Staples Center.
Super Eagles and Arsenal forward Alexander Iwobi has revealed he could’ve signed for Celtic as a teenager.
The National Chairman of Zenith Labour Party (ZLP), Mr. Dan Nwanyanwu, has urged political parties to engage security agencies in order to achieve credible, free and fair elections in 2019.
Enugu South ANN candidate Nonso Nnamani promises to create jobs for unemployed youths in his constituency if elected
Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State on Wednesday warned against the killing of members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) before, during and after the forthcoming 2019 general elections.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that over 378,797 permanent voter cards (PVCs) are yet to be collected by registered voters in the 25 local government areas of Niger State.
Police detain dozens of churchgoers and leaders of one of China’s most prominent protestant “house” churches
The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) at the weekend paid N1,565,190,623.12 to 500 next of kins of the deceased Nitel/Mtel pensioners under the Defined Benefit Scheme.