Far East Stocks have Negative Slant Midday Wednesday

February 16th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Asia/Pacific markets more negative than positive, with 4 up and 7 down in midday trading Wednesday. Biggest moves: Seoul -0.8% and Tokyo +0.7%.  Hong Kong (+0.6%) and Shanghai (+0.3%) are also positive, as is Taiwan, but only just barely above even.

Follow up:

The other losing markets are Jakarta (-0.4%), Malaysia and NewZealand which are both down by 0.2%, Mumbai (-0.1%) and Singapore and Sydney which are just barely below break even.

Source:  Yahoo Finance 


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