Far East Stock Markets All Down for the Week

February 25th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  For the week ending 2/25/2011 Shanghai was the strongest market in the Far East.  Shanghai lost 0.7%.  Seven of the eleven major markets lost 2% or more.  In spite of the devastating earthquake in Christ Church, New Zealand was the second strongest Asia/Pacific market, down 1.4%.  Four markets still managed to hold on to gains for the year, with Tokyo (+2.9%) and  Shanghai (+2.5%) leading the way.  Complete table of results:

Follow up:

far east markets 2-25-2011

Sources:  Yahoo Finance and GEI News here and here

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