Oil prices went down Monday as markets worried that global supply would surpass demand.
South Korea’s central bank said Wednesday that it will maintain an accommodative monetary policy next year due to modest growth and low inflation.
China concluded a rural work conference on Tuesday, vowing to push forward agricultural modernization through reform and innovation.
China is poised to become a net capital exporter for the first time, with total overseas direct investment exceeding foreign direct investment by the end of the year, the head of a top Chinese think tank said at a forum on Sunday.
U.S. stocks surged Thursday, with major stock indices rising over 2 percent, as investors continued to embrace Federal Reserve’s pledge to be patient in hiking interest rates.
The U.S. Federal Reserve said Wednesday that it can be patient in beginning to normalize the stance of monetary policy.
China’s property sector continued to cool in November, but the declines have been narrowing on the support of government policy adjustments, official data showed on Thursday.
U.S. stocks surged after a choppy session Wednesday, as investors tried to digest the Federal Reserve’s decisions at the conclusion of its two-day policy meeting.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group is said to pull out of its fixed-income trading in Japan and cut down staff numbers by more than 200 to around 30, with most of the jobs going by next February, said Bloomberg Wednesday by citing persons “familiar with the plan”.
The 17th round of China-U.S. investment treaty negotiations kicked off in Beijing on Friday, the China Commerce Ministry said.