China's stock market extended loss while other global stocks mostly gained Friday after data showed the U.S. economy posted solid growth during the second quarter.
Chinese stocks fell again today while other major global markets rose after the U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged at a record low.
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Global stock markets rose today as Chinese shares rebounded 3.4 percent after a record sell-off and attention turned to a Federal Reserve meeting that might give clues about the timing of a U.S. interest rate hike.
Investors were encouraged by strong results from UPS, Ford and other big companies.
Shanghai stocks were volatile today after falling the most in eight years the day before while other Asian markets also flitted between gains and losses.
Today's losses extend last week's declines on Wall Street, when the three major indexes fell between 2 and 3 percent each.
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Stock markets are lower after the Shanghai share index shed more than 8 percent today, its biggest one-day decline since 2007.
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Stocks are falling in afternoon trading on Wall Street, amid disappointing quarterly results from several companies and increased worry that China's economy is slowing weighed on the market.
Asian stock markets were rattled today by a slump in Chinese manufacturing to a 15-year low and cautious earnings outlooks from U.S. companies.
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