Far East Stocks have Negative Slant

February 8th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Midday trading in Asia/Pacific stock markets is more down than up.  Seven major markets are lower and only four are higher.  All trading is within +/- 0.5% except for Mumbai, which has been moving lower and is -1% as this is written (1:15 am, New York time).

Follow up:

The four markets with gains are Tokyo and Sydney (+0.4%), along with Shanghai and Malaysia (+0.3%).  The biggest loser after Mumbai is Hong Kong, down 0.5%.

Source:  Yahoo Finance

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