The Biden administration had been mulling over whether to scrap some tariffs in a bid to ease inflationary pressures in the US
Positive corporate earnings reports have provided a counter boost for traders but China's ailing property sector remains a concern
Tokyo slid backwards, following Wall Street’s lead, as a rise in oil prices and the political stand-off in Washington dampened enthusiasm on trading floors.
Washington trade chief Katherine Tai is preparing to unveil the US administration’s plan for dealing with Beijing’s ‘lack of adherence to global trading norms’
The troubled property giant’s struggles, added to continued pressure from China's crackdowns on its tech firms and casinos, saw the Hang Seng shed more than 2%
The Nikkei fell by more than 2% with traders preoccupied with unfolding events in the United States and the slow post-pandemic global recovery
Concerns over surging prices in the States as well as Biden’s struggle to gain approval for his huge infrastructure plan – and the ongoing Evergrande crisis – brought an air of gloom to the region’s markets
Uncertainty over whether the struggling property giant paid interest on an offshore bond due last week and the absence of any action from Beijing have left traders in limbo
Factory gate inflation in the US soared to over 8% in August while China’s continuing regulatory crackdown saw market heavyweight Alibaba plunge more than 4% after officials ordered sweeping changes to payment app Alipay
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Alibaba, Tencent and ByteDance among 20 firms summoned to ministry summit; President Joe Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure bill inches towards approval
Negotiators have revealed China’s approval was the hardest to win for the breakthrough agreement between 130 countries over a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15%