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A sell-off unfolded in Asia's stock markets on Friday, hit by a triple whammy of U.S. losses, a continued slump in commodities and soft Chinese data.
*Shin-Etsu Chemical soars on strong results, dividend hike. TOKYO, July 24- Japan's Nikkei share average fell on Friday morning after dismal corporate earnings on Wall Street, while some investors hugged the sidelines ahead of key Chinese economic data due out later in the day. U.S. shares fell after the likes of 3 M, American Express and Caterpillar disappointed...
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*Caterpillar falls after lower quarterly profit. The Dow Jones industrial average fell back into the red for the year, with 3 M, American Express and Caterpillar contributing the most to the average's fall. Union Pacific, down 5.7 percent at $92.12 after posting a lower quarterly profit, led the decline in transportation shares and was among the S&P 500' s biggest...
NEW YORK, July 23- U.S. Disappointing results from 3 M and Caterpillar, weighed on U.S. stocks including yields on the long end of the curve. "Today's action was again dominated by poor earnings results from a variety of sectors," said Kim Rupert, director of fixed income at Action Economics in san Francisco.
The slowing economies are leading to declines in commodity prices and a slowdown in capital spending.
NEW YORK, July 23- Wall Street fell for the third straight day on Thursday after disappointing results and forecasts from companies including 3 M and Caterpillar added to concerns about the U.S. profit outlook.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Thursday as a deluge of mostly lackluster earnings pressured the major averages.
*Caterpillar falls after lower quarterly profit. July 23- Wall Street fell for the third straight day on Thursday following disappointing results and forecasts from companies including 3 M and Caterpillar, adding to U.S. profit concerns. "Companies such as Caterpillar are a litmus test for the global economy, especially at a time when the market is concerned...
*Gold lifted by softer dollar. American Express fell 3.2 percent to $76.40 as revenue missed expectations, while 3 M was down 3.4 percent at $150.09 after the diversified manufacturer cut its full-year forecast. "Companies such as Caterpillar are a litmus test for the global economy, especially when the market is concerned about China's economy," said Mark...
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*Caterpillar falls after lower quarterly profit. July 23- Wall Street fell for the third straight day, with the Dow Jones industrial average lower for the year after disappointing results from bellwethers such as 3 M and Caterpillar. American Express fell 3.2 percent to $76.40 as revenue missed expectations while 3 M was down 3.4 percent at $150.09 after the...
*Gold lifted by softer dollar. Gold got a lift from the softer dollar and backed away from five-year lows to briefly trade above $1,100 an ounce, while oil prices held steady. "Companies such as Caterpillar are a litmus test for the global economy, especially when the market is concerned about China's economy," said Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at...