More nervousness from Asian markets today with the Nikkei slumping almost -1%
European and UK stocks both fell hard today
The Federal Reserve chair is the world’s biggest job in financial policy setting
Some sharp improvements overnight for Asian stocks, bar China & Hong Kong
Earlier today Capita shares crashed more than 45% following a shock profits warning and news the company was taking major steps to simplify itself
UK car sales fell almost -10% in 2017 while investment slumped by more than a third, new, figures reveal.
The Asian share sell-off continued into Wednesday, albeit at a lower clip.
US stocks today continued their lower mood with the Dow slipping 250 points earlier
Asian markets today took their lead from Wall Street falls last night.
There was evidence of investor skittishness Stateside this morning.
It was Chinese stocks that led the way with some sharp valuation falls today
UK national income pushed +0.5% higher in the last quarter of 2017
Some highly mixed trading moves from Asia overnight.
Mario Draghi, European Central Bank boss, left the ECB base interest rate unchanged today
Asian markets were comprehensively lower on Thursday with the Nikkei falling more than -1.1%.