Market Report - Asia
Stock markets in Asia bounced from their losses earlier in the week on Thursday, with Hong Kong’s bourse advancing more than 3%, as reports out of China around foreign listing rules helped to quell regulatory fears for the technology sector there.
Markets in Asia were once again mixed by the close on Wednesday, with stocks in Hong Kong returning to growth after two sessions of large declines.
Markets in Asia finished in a mixed state on Tuesday, with Hong Kong’s main index sliding more than 4% for the second session in a row, amid an ongoing sell-off in China-focussed technology plays.
Asia-Pacific shares were mixed on Tuesday trade as Chinese tech stocks in Hong Kong remained under pressure after sharp falls on Monday.
Most markets in Asia were in the red on Monday, with technology shares in Hong Kong leading the losses amid ongoing regulatory concerns for the sector in China.
Stock markets in Asia were mixed as they closed on Friday, with technology plays leading the losses in Greater China, as regulatory concerns reemerged from Beijing.
Markets in Asia closed in positive territory on Thursday, led by Hong Kong’s bourse, as BHP surged ahead in Sydney on the back of a new deal with Tesla.
Stock markets in Asia closed in a mixed state on Wednesday, as investors reacted to a rebound on Wall Street overnight, and digested fresh economic data out of Japan and Australia.
Most markets in Asia joined the global march downwards on Tuesday, as China’s central bank kept its benchmark interest rates on hold, as expected.
Markets were lower across the board in Asia on Monday, as oil prices slid on the back of a fresh deal being reached between OPEC and its oil-producing allies.
Equity markets were mixed as they closed in the Asia-Pacific region on Friday, as the Bank of Japan stood pat on its monetary policy.
Markets in Asia closed in a mixed state on Thursday, as investors pored through the latest economic data out of China, as well as Australian employment statistics.
Markets in Asia closed mostly lower on Wednesday, as investors digested the latest inflation data out of the United States, while New Zealand’s central bank announced a cut to its current stimulus measures.
Markets in Asia were broadly firmer as they closed on Tuesday, as investors digested the latest export data out of China and monitored the regional Covid-19 situation.
Markets in Asia were firmer across the board on Monday, as China’s central bank took the secateurs to its reserve requirement ratio, while Japan’s capital was placed under a fresh set of Covid-19 restrictions.
Most markets in Asia closed their Friday sessions in negative territory, as investors digested the latest inflation data out of China, while Japanese authorities looked set to ban all spectators from the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo amid a rise in Covid-19 infections.
Most equity markets in Asia closed on the back foot on Thursday, with technology plays in Hong Kong under pressure as fears of a further regulatory clampdown from Beijing emerged.
Markets in Asia were mixed at the end of a relatively quiet day on Wednesday, with much attention on the Hong Kong debut of Chinese electric car manufacturer Xpeng.
Equity markets in Asia closed in a mixed state on Tuesday, as investors kept an eye on rising oil prices, and Australia’s central bank sated expectations by standing pat on interest rates.
Equities closed in a mixed state across Asia on Monday, with investors digesting fresh data out of China which showed a marked slowing of growth in the country’s services sector.