European equities finished mixed to lower on Thursday despite a rally in mining stocks and the Federal Reserve signaling fewer rate hikes.
Most Asian markets advanced Thursday as investors cheered clarity from the Federal Reserve and a rise in oil prices, but Japan shares lost ground.
Asia markets were mixed Wednesday, following a weaker finish on Wall Street overnight as traders await the U.S. Federal Reserve decision due later.
Andrew Mackenzie, CEO of BHP Billiton, says there are signs of crude bottoming and the rally in iron ore prices will be short lived.
There are signs the commodities rout is bottoming out, but iron ore prices still face downside risk, BHP Billiton's CEO told CNBC.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie says the recent rally in iron ore was spurred by short covering in response to news out of China.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie says all parties need to come together to think about Australia's growth opportunities.
European stocks finished in negative territory on Tuesday, on the back of a sharp slip in mining stocks and oil prices.
Most Asia markets lost ground Tuesday, tracking Wall Street's weak performance, with analysts saying traders are turning more cautious after the recent rally.
European equities were higher with investors cheering a rally in oil prices and digesting the aggressive easing measures the ECB announced.
Asia markets reversed early losses to trade mostly higher on Friday, as traders digested fresh easing from the European Central Bank (ECB) overnight.
European equities reversed sharp gains to finish firmly in the red on Thursday, following comments by Mario Draghi.
Asian stocks were mixed, as traders digested Chinese economic data and interest rate decisions from central banks in New Zealand and South Korea.
European stocks closed mostly higher on Wednesday, as investors eyed the fluctuation in commodity stocks.
Asian markets were mixed Wednesday, with China shares dropping, as analysts pointed to renewed investor concerns over the mainland's economy.
European equities ended lower on Tuesday, after trade data out of China hit European miners hard and oil prices fell sharply.
China shares eked out gains Tuesday even as most Asian markets slipped, with traders digesting weaker-than-expected trade data from the mainland.
European markets finished mostly in the red on Monday despite a strong recovery in oil prices and mining stocks.
Asia markets ended mixed on Monday as investors digested U.S. data and China's NPC meeting, with the Nikkei falling, while China shares rose.
The rally in iron ore will likely be short-lived as Chinese demand is unlikely to pick up strongly, according to Goldman Sachs.