Asia-Pacific indexes on Tuesday showed mixed trends
traded mixed as investors
reacted to the news from Europe, did
conclusions from the local corporate
reporting and following the news about
1.6%, and reached a maximum weekly.
Chinese index still acts out
momentum gained on Sunday
due to lower interest rates
the central bank.
Chinese companies led the rally
Index: eg, Founder
Securities and Haitong
Securities added 2.3% and 1.5%
It traded in the red sector. For example,
Industrial and Commercial Bank Of China is not
was able to hold, given the pace at
Monday and ended today
bids with loss of 0.2%.
showed different dynamics: to
example, Guangzhou Auto has receded
by 1.4% and Dongfeng Auto jumped
at the maximum allowed 10%.
Hong Kong took a breather, Hang
- S P / ASX 200
added 0.9%. Australian
index ended the day in positive territory for the first time
for the last week. AT
spotlight on green continent
- banks. Australia and New Zealand Banking, Westpac and
Commonwealth Bank of Australia added 0.9% - 1.5% .Vo
the second half of the trading day ahead
burst resource sector. BHP
Billiton rose 2.2%. "China
really gave some resource
sector a new breath. Nevertheless,
These steps may have only
short-term impact, "- says
in a note to investors Stan
Shamu, market strategist at IG.
added 0.2%. The Japanese index
increased symbolically, barely managing to
recover from intraday
at least one week. Operator
Softbank Mobile has lost
0.7%, despite the fact that the operating
the company's profit for the last financial
year exceeded market expectations.
The telecommunications giant has appeared
the focus of the markets after the
rearrangements in the personnel structure
leadership. Suzuki Motor added
a sharp drop of nearly 30% during the
previous session, the electronics giant,
Sharp, jumped by 11% in
Tuesday. But industrial conglomerate
Toshiba continued to deepen
their losses: it fell today
trading on Tuesday with a purely symbolic
reduction of 0.3%. Korean blue chips
index traded mixed:
Samsung Electronics lost 0.4%
a casino operator Grand Korea Leisure
jumped by 7.1% after
beating expectations for market results
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- On Wednesday European stocks fell
- Official dollar rate fell below
- Nikkei and yen