Market Report - Asia
Markets in Asia closed in a mixed state on Wednesday, as oil prices continued to rise, with China-based pharmaceuticals firm Hutchmed debuting on the Hong Kong bourse.
Markets in the Asia-Pacific region closed mostly in negative territory on Tuesday, led lower by bourses in China and Japan, even after a record session for Wall Street equities overnight.
Markets in Asia were mostly lower at the close on Monday, with Hong Kong’s session truncated by severe weather in the city earlier in the day.
Asian stocks rebounded on Friday on the back of momentum from Wall Street as a bipartisan $579bn US infrastructure deal was agreed.
Asian shares were closed mixed on Thursday as investors looked for more clarity on US inflation ahead of official data on Friday.
Markets in Asia closed in a mixed state on Wednesday, as investors pored over the latest minutes from the Bank of Japan’s policymakers.
Most stock markets in Asia bounced back from their Monday blues on Tuesday, with Japan’s main board leaping more than 3% after a stellar session on Wall Street overnight.
Stocks closed in a mixed state in Asia on Monday, led by falls on the Japanese bourse, as China’s central bank held interest rates steady in its latest decision.
Stocks in Asia finished the last session of the week in a mixed state on Friday, as Japan’s central bank stood pat on monetary policy and extended its Covid-19 relief measures.
Stocks in Asia closed in a mixed state on Thursday, as investors digested the latest news out of the US Federal Reserve, which signalled overnight that interest rate hikes would be brought forward to 2023.
Stock markets in Asia closed mixed on Wednesday, as investors digested a slew of economic data out of the region, and looked ahead to the outcome of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting in the US later in the global day.
Equity trading in the Asia-Pacific region finished in a mixed state on Tuesday, as central bankers in Australia indicated they would continue their bond purchasing for the time being.
Stock markets in Asia were in positive territory as they closed on Monday, although a number of major bourses were closed for holidays.
Markets in Asia finished in a mixed state on Friday, as investors digested the latest inflation data out of the United States overnight, which showed consumer prices surging at the fastest rate since 2008.
Equity markets in Asia were in a mixed state as they closed on Thursday, as investors closed their wallets ahead of the much-anticipated United States consumer price index later in the global day.
Stocks finished in a mixed state in Asia on Wednesday, as investors pored through the latest inflation data out of China.
Most bourses in the Asia-Pacific region closed in negative territory on Tuesday, as investors digested the latest data out of Japan, showing its economy shrinking at a slower rate than expected.
Most markets in Asia closed above the waterline on Monday, even after China’s export growth missed forecasts for May.
Markets in Asia ended the last session of the week in a mixed state on Friday, as India’s central bank stood pat on interest rates.
Stocks were in a mixed state as markets across Asia closed on Thursday, with the services sector in China showing slower growth in the latest data, while retail sales were on the up in Australia.