Japanese stocks stretch rally, oil up as markets soak up NAFTA deal

TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks were steady on Tuesday as Japanese equities rose to a fresh 27-year high while crude oil prices were elevated in the afterglow of an agreement that salvaged a North …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Top Banking News
views 267
Assets of Philippine banks continued to post a dou...
Canada’s Jones beats Japan in playoff tuneup...
views 232
NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Canada's Jennifer Jones locked ...
Immigrants Flood Into Japan At A Record Pace
views 303
Japan's demographic "time-bomb" has been widely do...
98% of all Japanese adoptions are employers adopti...
views 294
In Japan, there is a several-hundred-year-old trad...
Ex-Moritomo Gakuen chief arrested over subsidy fra...
views 340
OSAKA--Prosecutors arrested the former head of pri...
Japan sees little chance of oil slick from sunk ta...
views 166
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan sees little chance of the ...
Japanese firm launching ‘meteor shower on de...
views 185
A Japanese tech start-up is preparing to offer out...
Search and rescue underway for 2 Marine Corps airc...
views 9
Two people have been found by Japanese Maritime Se...
Man gets 30 years over fatal 2016 stabbing of Osak...
views 95
OSAKA – The Osaka District Court on Friday sentenc...
US and Japan should hammer out new trade rules, Pe...
views 245
As for security, Rose said the U.S. would continue...