Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong Disturb Far East Quiet

April 4th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Eight of eleven Asia/Pacific stock markets are trading in a narrow range Tuesday morning.  However the other three, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo are making quite a fuss. Two are up more than 1% and one is down the same.

Follow up:

HongKong has advanced 1.5% at mid-day and Shanghai is not far behind, up 1.3%.  Tokyo is on the other end of the spectrum with a decline so far 0f 1.5% for the Nikkei 225 Index.

The only other markets with moves greater than +/-0.25% are Singapore (+0.5%) and Jakarta (-0.4%).

Source:  Yahoo Finance 

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