The change in a world leader’s decisions have a heavy effect on all parties concerned—even on the world market.
Defense stocks in the U.S. have dropped after the meeting between North and South Korean leaders.
A missile warning sent to citizens of Hawaii was later revealed to be a mistake.
Asian gold prices go down during the New Year but recovered afterwards due to the continuous tension between the U.S. President and North Korean leader.
No matter how big or small, a war would immediately affect financial markets.
What could be the cause of the stock market doing well this week despite the devastation wrought by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma?
The U.S. wishes to reduce the oil imports of North Korea as part of its proposed sanctions to the country.
News about Hurricane Irma, the ECB and North Korea drag global stock markets down.
North Korea's recent testing of a hydrogen bomb may have alarmed leading global powers. Stock markets did wobble but showed no signs of failure.
As the conflict between North Korea and the United States intensifies, gold stocks increased to almost $1,300 on Friday.