SHANGHAI China's major stock indexes opened higher on Friday after Beijing ditched a circuit breaker mechanism that halted trading twice this week after share prices tumbled and had been blamed for making market sell-offs worse.
The People's Bank of China also raised its guidance rate for the yuan for the first time in nine trading days, after it allowed the currency's biggest fall in five months on Thursday, pressuring regional currencies and sending global stock markets tumbling as investors feared it would trigger compet...
12:45 Equities trading stings Wall Street banks as investors embrace bonds
18:44 FDIC: Texas leads the country in 'unbanked' households
11:12 Philippines’ Duterte called for a ‘separation’ from U.S. His trade minister is now backtracking
16:58 Rody visit seen to strengthen Philippines-China trade, political ties