Asian exchanges are traded without a single dynamic – Rambler / finance



The main stock indices of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) are trading in different directions on Thursday, investors are assessing the prospects for economic recovery, while the Chinese markets are correcting downward, according to data from trading floors.

As of 7.59 Moscow time, the index of the Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai Composite decreased by 0.29%, to 3588.28 points, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Shenzhen Composite – by 0.49%, to 2382.05 points, the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index – grew by 0, 54%, up to 28388.88 points. South Korean KOSPI declined 0.03% to 3147.3 points, Australian S & P / ASX 200 rose 0.46% to 6717.2 points. The Japanese Nikkei 225 gained 1.82% to 28974.5 points, in the course of trading the figure again broke the record since August 1990, reaching 28979 points.

Asian markets are supported by economic recovery expectations. Investors are paying attention to the prospects for support measures in the United States, which were mentioned by the President-elect of the United States Joe Biden. Earlier, he announced that his package of economic aid will amount to “trillions of dollars.”

At the same time, China’s indices are correctingly declining after updating multi-year records in January. Thus, the Shanghai index a day earlier updated its record since the end of December 2015, and the Shenzhen index last week reached its maximum since July 2015. Since the beginning of this week, the first index shows an increase, the second – a decline, but before that the weekly rally in indicators lasted four weeks in a row.

At the same time, the PRC indices are declining despite strong internal statistics. According to official data, in December 2020, China’s exports grew by 18.1% against the forecast of growth of 15%, and imports – by 6.5%, which turned out to be better than the expectations of experts who had predicted an increase of 5%.

Video of the day. Interregional housing demand has skyrocketed

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The main stock indices of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) are trading in different directions on Thursday, investors are assessing the prospects for economic recovery, while the Chinese markets are correcting downward, according to data from trading floors.

As of 7.59 Moscow time, the index of the Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai Composite decreased by 0.29%, to 3588.28 points, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Shenzhen Composite – by 0.49%, to 2382.05 points, the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index – grew by 0, 54%, up to 28388.88 points. South Korean KOSPI declined 0.03% to 3147.3 points, Australian S & P / ASX 200 rose 0.46% to 6717.2 points. The Japanese Nikkei 225 gained 1.82% to 28974.5 points, in the course of trading the figure again broke the record since August 1990, reaching 28979 points.

Asian markets are supported by economic recovery expectations. Investors are paying attention to the prospects for support measures in the United States, which were mentioned by the President-elect of the United States Joe Biden. Earlier, he announced that his package of economic aid will amount to “trillions of dollars.”

At the same time, China’s indices are correctingly declining after updating multi-year records in January. Thus, the Shanghai index a day earlier updated its record since the end of December 2015, and the Shenzhen index last week reached its maximum since July 2015. Since the beginning of this week, the first index shows an increase, the second – a decline, but before that the weekly rally in indicators lasted four weeks in a row.

At the same time, the PRC indices are declining despite strong internal statistics. According to official data, in December 2020, China’s exports grew by 18.1% against the forecast of growth of 15%, and imports – by 6.5%, which turned out to be better than the expectations of experts who had predicted an increase of 5%.

Video of the day. Interregional housing demand has skyrocketed

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The main stock indices of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) are trading in different directions on Thursday, investors are assessing the prospects for economic recovery, while the Chinese markets are correcting downward, according to data from trading floors.

As of 7.59 Moscow time, the index of the Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai Composite decreased by 0.29%, to 3588.28 points, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Shenzhen Composite – by 0.49%, to 2382.05 points, the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index – grew by 0, 54%, up to 28388.88 points. South Korean KOSPI declined 0.03% to 3147.3 points, Australian S & P / ASX 200 rose 0.46% to 6717.2 points. The Japanese Nikkei 225 gained 1.82% to 28974.5 points, in the course of trading the figure again broke the record since August 1990, reaching 28979 points.

Asian markets are supported by economic recovery expectations. Investors are paying attention to the prospects for support measures in the United States, which were mentioned by the President-elect of the United States Joe Biden. Earlier, he announced that his package of economic aid will amount to “trillions of dollars.”

At the same time, China’s indices are correctingly declining after updating multi-year records in January. Thus, the Shanghai index a day earlier updated its record since the end of December 2015, and the Shenzhen index last week reached its maximum since July 2015. Since the beginning of this week, the first index shows an increase, the second – a decline, but before that the weekly rally in indicators lasted four weeks in a row.

At the same time, the PRC indices are declining despite strong internal statistics. According to official data, in December 2020, China’s exports grew by 18.1% against the forecast of growth of 15%, and imports – by 6.5%, which turned out to be better than the expectations of experts who had predicted an increase of 5%.

Video of the day. Interregional housing demand has skyrocketed




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