Asian markets rose on Friday
Trading in the Asia-Pacific region in
Friday ended in the green zone. it
It helped a little to reduce the percentage drop
most of the indices for the week.
MSCI Asia Pacific lost per week
1.4%, but on Friday rose by 0.4%.
0,33%, Kospi up today
0.35%; Hang Seng firmed 0.37% and
Now Shanghai Composite jumped
up to 1.4%. This Chinese growth
index due to the fact that the People’s Bank
China on Friday intervened 8.2
billion dollars on the interbank market
the country with the help of short-term transactions
lending. In the money market in China
very serious rates rose.
a result of increased securities
Chinese financial firms and lenders.
ICBC added modest
1.4%; Citic Securities, Haitong Securities increased
capitalization of 6% each.
loudly announced a project to
“Bow” of stock exchanges in Hong Kong and Shanghai
(Stock Connect), worked
the first week, showed not the most confident
results. Investors chose all
24% quota on the amount of the purchased shares in Hong Kong
(100% – it’s $ 90 billion).
Japan this week happened important
Events: Sindzo Abe dissolved the lower
house of parliament. Already on December 14, will
early election it. unpopular
measure – the second increase in the sales tax
– was postponed for half a year. That’s why
grown up country codes.
large movements of securities can
noted appreciation of 4.2% stake
Casino in Macau Galaxy Entertaiment Group.
CNOOC added 3.5% yesterday and
now it raises the price of oil, and
securities of companies related to the
“Black gold” perfectly responded
on the news.
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