Australia equities are a resilient lot, shrugging off a slew of economic headwinds this year to trade at nearly six-year highs.
Asian stocks ended Monday mostly lower due to ongoing geopolitical tensions while volumes were light with Japan shut for a public holiday.
European shares extended gains to close higher on Wednesday, as investors reacted to fresh growth data from China.
Asian stocks were mixed in choppy trade on Wednesday despite better-than-expected growth data from China.
David Lennox, Resources Analyst at Fat Prophets, says the move to lift production is part of Rio Tinto's future plans to meet market potential in 2020.
Asian equities were mostly lower on Tuesday, tracking U.S. declines, while caution set in ahead of the second-quarter earnings season.
Asian equity markets turned mixed on Thursday in cautious trade before key U.S. economic data and a European Central Bank meeting.
European shares closed higher on Tuesday with investors buoyed by upbeat Chinese and U.S. economic data, and a settlement by BNP Paribas.
Asian equity markets kicked off the week with modest gains on Monday as traders brace for a week full of event risk.
European markets closed lower on Wednesday, amid concern over the violence in Iraq.
Asian stocks fell on Wednesday as geopolitical concerns over Iraq overshadowed better-than-expected U.S. data.
Asian equities finished Monday mixed despite upbeat Chinese economic data and a record close on Wall Street.
Asian stocks turned mixed on Thursday but dovish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve managed to support sentiment.
Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday with risk appetite dealt a triple blow over developments in Iraq, Ukraine and Argentina.
Asian equities turned mixed on Friday amid concerns about violence in Iraq and signs of improving economic activity from China.
European shares closed around the flatline on Thursday, paring earlier gains.
Asian equity markets were mixed on Wednesday with momentum subdued following a lackluster session on Wall Street.
Asian equities closed mixed in choppy trading Thursday, as traders braced for a highly-anticipated European Central Bank meeting.
The value of potential takeovers yanked from the market is at its highest level since the height of the global credit crisis in 2008.
European shares closed higher on Monday with investor sentiment boosted by upbeat Chinese manufacturing data.