Asian shares fell on Tuesday as earnings season nerves in the U.S. dented Wall Street, while a cocktail of negative drivers from Saudi Arabia's diplomatic isolation to concerns over Italy's budget and Brexit talks depressed sentiment.



Latest News

CBC: Philippines' Duterte loses patience, orders trash shipped back to Canada

BBC: Taiwan 'Tank Man' marks Tiananmen crackdown anniversary

BBC: 'One day the men in suits will understand' - BBC award winner Hegerberg on equality

ABC: Target is dominating in the digital space

WashingtonPost: Trade-War Refugees Could Find Haven in Emerging Markets

FOX: Amid salmonella outbreak, CDC warns: Don't 'kiss or snuggle' chickens

CNN: What's moving markets today: May 22, 2019

CNN: Right-wing British politicians are having milkshakes thrown over them. Here's why

CNN: Six dead, 200 injured in protests over Indonesia's election result

CNN: Award-winning musician: 'Nationality is an accident of birth'

CNN: Blaming Brexit, British Steel collapses putting nearly 25,000 jobs at risk

CBC: Why a non-profit is pressing for 'right to repair' legislation in Canada

BBC: Scottish publisher revels in International Man Booker win

BBC: 'Threat issued' against Belfast Lord Mayor Finucane

BBC: Japan minister backs name order change

FOX: Georgia police officer fired for shocking, punching woman

FOX: Lowry has 25, Raptors rout Bucks 120-102 to even East finals

FOX: Louie Anderson says he's scaling back on fat jokes, doesn't need self-deprecating humor to get laughs

CNN: Jose Andres: It's time to embrace vegetables

CNN: Flu-related illness stops intake at Texas border patrol center

CNN: London Sevens: England going 'hell for leather' for Olympic berth

BBC: Family court judge will not reopen FGM case

BBC: Tear gas fired as Indonesia protest turns violent

2 Related Articles from 2018-10-23