Asia markets took "sell in May" sentiment to heart on Monday, with the Japanese benchmark index tumbling nearly 4 percent after the open.
DUBAI, May 1- Gulf stock markets may move little on Sunday with few positive catalysts, while weak bank earnings may continue to cap Abu Dhabi. After weak results from blue-chip Abu Dhabi banks last week, Union National Bank posted a 27 percent drop in first- quarter net profit. Shares in UNB dropped 4.5 percent last week as other Abu Dhabi bank shares slumped.
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TORONTO, April 28- Canada's main stock index edged slightly lower on Thursday as losses for financials and other sectors offset gains for gold miners and Bombardier Inc after the company won a large plane order. It moved back in reach of that level on Thursday before turning lower as losses on Wall Street deepened after the Bank of Japan's shocking call to cap...
April 28- U.S. stocks closed down on Thursday as the Bank of Japan's shocking call to cap monetary stimulus continued to rattle investors while a late day decline in Apple shares on remarks by billionaire investor Carl Icahn added to selling pressure. "This really personifies how important central bank policy is on the market," said Jack Ablin, chief investment...
NEW YORK, April 28- U.S. stocks closed down on Thursday as the Bank of Japan's shocking call to cap monetary stimulus continued to rattle investors while a late day decline in Apple shares on remarks from billionaire investor Carl Icahn added to selling pressure.
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