Equities in developing markets will likely remain turbulent with little sign of stability to lure bargain hunters despite Monday's selloff
, according to UBS Asset Management.
Cryptocurrency bulls also suffered a steep selloff
on Monday with Bitcoin falling below $6,000 for the first time since late June.
One of the biggest reasons behind major banks' property selloff
is that they have downsized their offline banking service sectors since an increasing number of customers are using online mobile services.
However, the numbers were not bad enough to cause a selloff
in Chinese equities.
Comment: The deal is part of a larger, CDN 2.8bn, Imperial Oil selloff
of Esso stations in Canada.
Stocks conne to the tourism sector -- which many fear will be impacted by the attacks -- bore the brunt of the early morning selloff
. Air France's stock dropped 6AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA percent, while shares of Eurotunnel fell 4.2 perc
As with the great British selloff
during the 80s, including the privatisation of British Gas, BT and the railways, I think very few could argue that it's been a system that has worked for the benefit of the British public.
London - Oil rose on Tuesday after one of its biggest selloffs
this year but looked vulnerable to more falls after China's stock market took another tumble and Greece moved closer to leaving the euro zone.
Actually, there were telltale signs that presaged the market's selloff
last week, as I have pointed out earlier.
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index was little changed Tuesday after erasing a drop of 1.3 percent, as a rally among energy and technology shares offset concern over China and Greece that sparked a global equities selloff
Under the terms of the DOJ settlement, the merged airline would divest space in a number of larger airports via a DOJ-approved selloff
. The settlement ends a lawsuit that the DOJ filed in August 2013 blocking the $11 billion merger.
A Vietnamese government crackdown on investors' borrowing to buy securities prompted a sharp selloff