Far East Stocks more Up than Down

February 27th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  The Asia/Pacific stock markets look as if they are trying to put last week's sell-off behind them.  Six of eleven markets are up in midday trading Monday (February 28), led by Mumbai and Tokyo, both +0.9%.  Other leaders are Hong Kong (+0.8%), Taiwan +0.7% and Shaghai +0.5%.

Follow up:

Seoul is the only big loser, down 0.9%.  Next in the red is Singapore at -0.3%.  The other three markets below zero are Sydney, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur which are all down 0.10% or less.   

Source:  Yahoo Finance

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