LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks and the dollar fell on Monday while the yen, gold and sovereign bonds rose after North Korea’s most powerful nuclear test to date dampened investor appetite for risk.
LONDON (Reuters) - A company which helps European soccer clubs promote themselves in China on mobile phones has asked for trading in its shares on London's Alternative Investment Market to be suspended while it investigates "serious allegations" against two top executives.
Even before North Korea detonated its most powerful nuclear bomb yet, Japan was calling for moves to cut off its oil supply.
In a joint statement issued by seven financial regulators today, the world's most populous nation outlined why it believes that nascent fundraising mechanism is illegal under domestic law. Authorities backing the statement include the People's Bank of China, the Central Network Office, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, the China Banking Regulatory Commission.
Next trading day's important events
- USDJPY: 109.61
- EURUSD: 1.1899
- S&P 500: 2476.55
- NASDAQ: 6435.33