Far East Stocks All Red for Second Day

March 10th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Yesterday GEI News reported that all major Asia/Pacific markets were headed south.  They are still on the same trip today.  The eleven Far East markets followed by GEI are all down again today (March 11) in midday trading.  The strongest markets are Mumbai (Bombay, down 0.1% and Shanghai down 0.3%.

Follow up:

Four markets are down by 1% or more:  Seoul (-1.2%), Sydney (-1.1%) and both Malaysia and Tokyo (-1%).  Other significant declines are Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia, which are all off by 0.8%.

Source:  Yahoo Finance and GEI News

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