Far East Stocks Mostly Follow Middle East Down

January 30th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Asia/Pacific stock markets are mostly down in midday trading Monday.  Exceptions are Shanghai (+1%) and Taiwan (+0.5%).  Six markets are down 1% or more.  Sydney, Kuala Lumpur and New Zealand are down fractionally, -0.3% to -0.5%.  The big losers:

Follow up:

  • Jakarta -2.4%
  • Mumbai -1.5%
  • Singapore-1.3%
  • Seoul-1.3%
  • HongKong-1.1%
  • Tokyo-1%

Source:  Yahoo Finance

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