Thursday, March 29, 2018

In Asian trading on Wednesday

In Asian trading on Wednesday there is no unified dynamics

Today Asian markets
shares are traded without any single
dynamics, indices moved in different directions.
By 9:43 MSK Japanese Nikkei 225 grown on 0.17%
Chinese Shanghai Composite - fell by 0.3%
Hong Kong Hang Seng added 0.58%, and
Australian S P / ASX 200 - grew only
0.07%.


Japan's stock market
"Sways" the second session in a row because of the
Traders fear that the growth indices
in recent years it has been unnecessary, writes
Bloomberg.

"The indices have reached a very high
levels, - says the analyst of stock
Markets of Pinebridge Investments Japan Tokyo Tatsusi
Maeno. - The main part of the good news
already reflected in share prices,
so only something extraordinary
may push the Nikkei 225 index higher
the level of 20,000 points". By the close of
today, the Nikkei 225 has reached the level of significance
19,746.20.


Stock quotes Japanese
pharmaceutical manufacturers and petroleum companies
fell during trading. The value of shares
pharmaceutical company Eisai Co. It decreased by 5.8%
Inpex Corp. fell by 1.6%.



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