Far East Stocks Mostly Lower but Bombay Surges

April 13th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  The Bombay stock market was closed Thursday (April 14, 2011) after Indian stocks closed up sharply Wednesday with the Bombay Sensex Index ahead by 2.3%.  The ten major Asia/Pacific markets open are mostly lower in fractional trading.  With the exception of Bombay, Sydney (-0.6%) and Jakarta (-0.5%) and Hong Kong (-0.4%), all markets have changes between (+0.1% and -0.4%).

Follow up:

Four markets are up:  Bombay, Taiwan (+0.1%), Shanghai (+0.1%) and New Zealand (+0.02%).  In addition to the three markets mentioned above, four other markets are down:  Tokyo, Seoul and Kula Lumpur, -0.3% each, plus Singapore (-0.2%).

Source:  Yahoo Finance    

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