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There's a silver lining amid all the drama in Washington2017/05/22
NEW YORK: With S&P 500 companies set to notch their strongest quarterly earnings growth in about six years, a weaker US dollar may help keep the profit momentum rolling and support share prices in the weeks to come.
After a dramatic week in Washington that rattled financial markets, one possible silver lining for stock investors was the weaker dollar, which can support earnings of US multinational companies with large foreign operations ...

Nikkei slips as US turmoil unnerves investors, Takata rises after claims settled2017/05/20
TOKYO: Japan's Nikkei share average dipped on Friday with investors unsettled by White House turmoil, although Takata Corp shares rose after four carmakers settled claims over the company's airbag inflators.
The Nikkei was down 0.25 percent at 19,507.52.
The index had scaled a 17-month high on Tuesday but it was on track to lose 1 ...

Tepid amid Trump worries2017/05/20
JAKARTA: Southeast Asian stock markets were tepid on Friday as investors shied away from taking any big bets amid concerns that political turmoil in the United States could delay efforts by President Donald Trump to implement his economic stimulus plans.
Trump, striking a defiant tone on Thursday after days of political tumult, denied asking former FBI Director James Comey to drop a probe into his former national security adviser and decried a "witch hunt" against him ...

Sri Lankan shares rise; post 8th straight weekly gain2017/05/20
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan shares ended higher on Friday, posting the eighth straight gain on week and hitting their highest closing level in more than 16 months, led by blue chips such as John Keells Holdings Plc.
The Colombo stock index ended 0.47 percent firmer at 6,729.66, its highest close since Jan ...

TSX slides over 1 percent as financials lead retreat2017/05/18
TORONTO: Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday, tracking global market concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump's pro-business economic agenda could be slowed by political scandals, with financial stocks leading declines.
The pullback in global markets came about a week after Trump fired then-FBI Director James Comey and disclosed sensitive national security information in a meeting with Russian officials ...

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