Far East Stocks Open Wednesday Mostly Up

March 22nd, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Asia/Pacific stocks are mostly showing gains in Wednesday morning trading (March 23).  Two markets are in the red.  Tokyo is off by 1% (after a gain of 16.8% in five days) and Hong Kong is down by 0.2%.  Mumbai (Bombay) is bouncing back and forth around unchanged.  The other eight major markets are all in the black

Follow up:

.Shanghai is the strongest market with an advance of 0.8%.  Singapore is also doing well (+0.5%) and Jakarta is up by 0.3%.  The other six markets are all showing modest gains of 0.1% to 0.2%.

Source:  Yahoo Finance  

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