Far East Stocks Lower Midday Thursday

March 16th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Asia Pacific stock markets resumed their downward trek Thursday in early trading.  Midday ten of eleven major markets followed by GEI were in the red.  The only positive market was essentially breaking even:  New Zealand was up 0.08% after having been higher earlier in the morning.

Follow up:

The biggest losses have occurred in Tokyo (-2.2%), Hong Kong (-1.8%), Jakarta (-1.6%) and Singapore (-1.1%).  The strongest market after New Zealand is Australia, with the Sydney All Ordinaries Index down 0.2%.

Source:  Yahoo Finance 

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