International Markets

With more than 60,000 reported cases of the coronavirus and nearly 1,400 deaths worldwide along with quarantines and travel restrictions, the impact of the disease on global GDP is just beginning to...
Jon C. Ogg
It is not unusual for stocks to sell off when there are major illness outbreaks or other global scares, but this is one of those situations when the current consensus is that things are more likely...
Jon C. Ogg
The Wuhan Coronavirus has escaped China, with the number of cases and the death toll rising. The economic impact beyond the loss of life and suffering is real in many stocks, sectors and local...
Jon C. Ogg
China had a lot more to lose than the United States in the trade war over tariffs and policies. That is still true, but U.S. companies are feeling the burn too.
Jon C. Ogg
The World Trade Organization does not see global trade reviving in 2019.
Paul Ausick
To hear market pundits talk up the future of India, it might seem as though the future is bright and that there aren't any dark clouds. Those who have invested in India over the years might have a...
Jon C. Ogg
When economies struggle, the classic textbook move to stabilize and help a recovery is for a nation's central bank to cut interest rates. Three more central banks now have lowered their rates.
Jon C. Ogg
There are not all that many trade war references from the modern era to refer to when it comes to what is happening between the United States and China.
Jon C. Ogg
Mexican auto plants exported nearly 1.75 million light vehicles (cars, SUVs, and pickups) in the first six months of 2019, a year-over-year increase of 3.1% compared with the same period in 2018. Of...
Paul Ausick
The 4th of July is a major US holiday, but the markets in Europe and Asia all remained open. Here's how the rest of the world acted on our day off.
Jon C. Ogg
One of the fastest and most deadly jet fighters ever developed and deployed has become a pawn in an international battle.
Douglas A. McIntyre
24/7 Wall St. screened the Merrill Lynch research universe looking for companies that do most of their business in the United States, with little if any exporting of products or services. These four...
Lee Jackson
With new tariffs on Mexico now in the mix, some companies are taking it on the chin far worse than others. 24/7 Wall St. has identified eight serious losers on Friday.
Jon C. Ogg
While the U.S.-China trade war heats up again, investors can seek shelter in a number of U.S. equities that have little or no exposure to China. Here are 10 of the best.
Paul Ausick
The stock market indexes were taking it on the chin on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted that new tariffs will go into effect shortly if trade talks with China do not result in a deal.
Jon C. Ogg