DUBAI, Sept 1 Gulf stock markets may rise on Tuesday after oil prices surged overnight, although profit-taking has already erased some of crude's gains and its persistent volatility, along with poor economic data from China, may keep some investors wary.
The authorities have detained four executives from China ' s largest brokerage , CITIC Securities Co , a staff member of the China Securities Regulatory Commission , and a journalist from business magazine Caijing , in the latest moves to crack down on ...
U.S. index futures retreated, signaling the sell-off that drove the Standard & Poor's 500 Index to its steepest monthly slump since May 2012 has yet to find a floor.
Last week, it looked like markets had bullied the US Federal Reserve into delaying interest rate increases, but over the weekend one of the central bank's most senior and respected policymakers fought back.
The head of scandal-tarred Toshiba yesterday said it had found a half-decade's worth of new accounting problems, forcing it to further delay closing its books.