All Far East Markets Up Thursday Except Mumbai

March 3rd, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  East is east and west is west and never the twain shall meet.  We have a Rudyard Kipling world with Europe closing down across the board (GEI News) and everyone in the east up except for Mumbai.  Asia/Pacific stock markets have done an about face from Wednesday's losses and are charging ahead midday Thursday (March 3).

Follow up:

The leaders are Seoul, up 2%, Taiwan (+1.4%), Singapore (+1.1%) and Hong Kong, ahead by 1%.  All other markets are up moderately except for Shanghai and Syndey, both hanging on to gains less than 0.1%.

Mumbai is down 0.7%, giving back a little of the 3.5% gain two days ago, the last previous day open.

Sources:  GEI News and Yahoo Finance 









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