Thursday, January 25, 2018

Asia Pacific indexes fell today

Asia-Pacific indexes fell today, with only Shanghai Composite is up

Today the shares
Asia-Pacific region affected
decisions of central banks and domestic
news. Losses suffered most
indexes in the region, with only Shanghai
Composite rose.


S P / ASX 200
It lost 1.73% at once. the reference
Australia's index of political influence
RBA's decision to maintain a record low
interest rate. coarsely sank
credit sector: Westpac and
Commonwealth Bank of Australia withdrew
more than 1% each. National Australia Bank and
Australia and New Zealand Banking weakened by 1% and 0.6%
respectively.


downward
pressure was put on the resource
sector. Energy and Santos
Oil Search fallen by 1.9%
2.7% respectively, due to lower
oil prices in early Asian trading.
Mining companies BHP Billiton and
Rio Tinto in Sydney
lost 2.4% and 1.6%.


shanghai Composite,
only major
indices region grew by 1.72%. Trade
here I was nervous and very volatile.
Yesterday, the data released that showed
the growth of industrial activity in the past
month, and news agency
"Xinhua" to comment on the
the position of the words of the markets that
Bullish trend in mainland
China is still very strong.


there is
and analysts, who believe that
Chinese stocks remain within
uptrend. "It is significant that
People's Bank of China did not say in his
report the growing stock market,
stressing, however, that it will continue
promote a stable
and healthy stock system of the country.
Could reasonably be interpreted
restraint control the rhetoric,
he is confident: Chinese stocks is not
bubble "- Oh Bernard says, the market
strategist at IG in their
morning note to investors.


Hong Kong
Hang Seng decreased
0.23 on the day. loss suffered
almost all of the heavyweights of the index:
PetroChina completed
day decline of 0.22%; distributor
Center Li Fung, one of the largest
Holdings of the world, has fallen by 5.88%.


investors
waiting for fresh policy-making with
continent, which will send the money to
Hong Kong market, and make assumptions
about when the US Federal Reserve will raise interest
bet.


Nikkei 225 I lost
0.13%. Today served ending
12-day winning streak Japanese
index. Traders refer to fixation
profits of hedge funds after a strong
market jump. In hopes of better
returns to shareholders has been a serious
rally, which brought the main
Japanese growth index by 5.1% in the
these 12 days.


jumping
exchange rates had a negative impact
the share prices of major exporters:
Honda Motor lost 1.4%. other
blue-chip losers - Canon and
Sony, which closed at
decreasing, respectively 1.4% and 0.4%.


Kospi he graduated
session with a loss of 1.13%. South Korean
Index continued to lose ground in the
Monday, he went away to the fourth week
minimum. Seoul Stock Exchange is
under pressure from slowing exports,
In addition, it is also affected by fears
about the future of the European Union (as one
major Korean consumers
exports).


Htynday Motor and
Hyundai Mobis fell upon
10.4% and 85.5% respectively. kia Motors
lost 4.1% capitalization: Statistics
Korea showed that the sale of spare parts
decreased by 4.2% in the country.



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