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Oil prices down in Asian trade SINGAPORE: Oil prices slipped in Asian trade Monday but analysts said they were supported by concerns of an escalation of the Ukraine crisis after the crash last week of a Malaysian airliner.Investors were also keeping an eye on developments in the Middle East after Israel launched a ground offensive against Hamas militants in Gaza, fuelling worries about the oil-rich region.US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for August delivery was down 23 cents at $102.90 in late-morning trade, a day before the contract expires. Brent crude for September dipped 13 cents to $107.11.Desmond Chua, an analyst with CMC Markets in Singapore, said investors are waiting for further news on whether the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine's airspace on July 18 was carried out by separatist rebels supported by Russia.He said proof of involvement by the pro-Moscow separatists in the incident will likely trigger stronger US and European sanctions ...

Hong Kong stocks open 0.13pc higher HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks edged up 0.13 percent in the first few minutes of trade Monday following gains on Wall Street, while bargain-hunters moved in after last week's losses that were fuelled by the crash of MH17 in Ukraine.The benchmark Hang Seng Index opened 29.74 points higher at 23,484.53.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2014 ...
China stocks flat in morning trade SHANGHAI: Chinese stocks were flat in morning trade Monday amid worries that upcoming share offers will drain market liquidity, dealers said.The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.10 percent, or 2.04 points, to 2,057.03.The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, edged down 0.06 percent, or 0.64 points, to 1,100.62.China's market regulator last week approved initial public offerings (IPOs) by 12 companies, most of which will offer shares for subscription this week.Copyright AFP ...
SE Asia Stocks: Thai shares fall on telecoms sell-off BANGKOK: Thai shares fell on Friday, led lower by telecoms stocks due to concerns over the impact of a delay in the auction of mobile phone bandwidth licences, while Indonesian shares posted modest gains ahead of presidential election results next week.Shares of Thailand's top three telecoms firms faced heavy sell-offs, with the biggest, Advanced Info Service, losing nearly 5 percent after the military government postponed by a year an auction of fourth generation mobile phone ...
Indian shares end higher; Tech stocks gain MUMBAI: Indian shares edged higher on Friday, gaining for a fourth consecutive session, after Tata Consultancy Services' better-than-expected earnings sparked a rally in IT stocks and offset global concerns about the downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine. The broader NSE index rose 2.7 percent for the week, recovering some of its 3.8 percent fall last week when investors reacted with disappointment over the lack of major reforms in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden budget ...
Tokyo investors eye geopolitical tensions next week TOKYO: Tokyo investors will be keeping an eye on simmering geopolitical tensions next week in the aftermath of a Malaysia Airlines jet crash in violence-wracked Ukraine.Fresh economic data, including Japanese trade figures for June, will also be on investors' radar screens after the Japanese government raised its view of the economy for the first time in six months this week.On Friday, Tokyo stocks closed 1.01 percent lower as the crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane ...
Asian shares hit by news of Ukraine air tragedy HONG KONG: Asian markets were mostly lower on Friday after a Malaysia Airlines jet came down in battle-wracked Ukraine, sparking geopolitical tensions and sending Wall Street tumbling as the US claimed the aircraft had been shot down.Airline stocks retreated, led by a slump in already under-pressure Malaysia Airlines as the company faced up to its second major disaster in four months following Thursday's tragedy that killed almost 300 people. Tokyo fell 1.00 percent, or 154.55 ...


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