[BENGALURU] European stocks clocked their fifth straight week of gains on Friday with investors buying into the oil and gas and banking sectors, and Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk...

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INVESTORS found their attentions divided by various geopolitical tensions on Friday, with the world keeping an eye on both the United States-China trade talks that resumed on Thursday and the US'...

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[NEW YORK] US stocks opened marginally higher on Friday as an interest rate cut by China's central bank and signs of co-operation on trade between the world's two largest economies allayed...

THE Straits Times Index (STI) added just 0.03 per cent or 0.88 point to end at 3,159.68

MALAYSIA share prices closed higher on Friday, with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 1.13 points to 1,597.41.

[LONDON] Europe's stock markets dipped at the start of trade Friday, despite gains in Asia, as investors digested an ominous OECD warning on the global economy.

[SEOUL] South Korean shares climbed on Friday, extending gains into an eleventh session, as negotiators from the United States and China resumed talks and China cut its new loan rate for a second...

[TOKYO] Tokyo shares ended higher Friday thanks to the yen's stability after the Bank of Japan hinted at possible further easing, though the US-China trade row continued to worry investors.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares closed higher on Friday, marking their fifth straight weekly gain, as dismal jobs data stoked expectations of a domestic rate next month amid slowdown concerns.