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This is How the Markets in Asia Moved

—– The Nikkei index in Tokyo closed lower. It was pressured by the slump in the Dow and by investors selling shares to take profits after the Nikkei had risen for two trading days in a row. Biggest losers were…

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This is how the Markets in Asia moved

—– Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index closed lower as investors worried that measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 will impact private sector revenue. Alibaba Health Information Tech is among the big losers today, down 9.71%. The Internet giant Alibaba…

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This is How the Markets in Asia Moved to Close the Week

—– Nikkei Index in Tokyo closed higher after falling almost 2% on Thursday, stocks rose today, led by Seiko Epson Cor+9.02%, Pacific Metals+7.35%, Japan Steel Works+7.34%. On the other hand, losers included Odakyu Electric Railway-2.76%, and Tokyo Electric Power Co,…

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This is How the Markets in Asia Moved

—– The S&P/ASX 200 closed lower, led by the sharp decline in consumer staples stocks in line with retail stocks on the New York Stock Exchange last night. Yesterday’s losers were led by Nufarm-8.58%, Wesfarmers-7.83%, and Pendal-7.10%. The gainers were…

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This is How the Markets in Asia Moved

—– The Nikkei closed higher for four straight days as investors bought tourism stocks in hopes that travel demand will recover after the Japanese government announced that it will launch trials to allow small foreign tour groups later this month.…

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This is How the Markets in Asia Moved

—– The Nikkei index in Tokyo closed higher as investors hoped China would ease lockdown measures in Shanghai. Among the big winners, yesterday was the game maker Konami Corp. which reached a new 5-year high and yesterday gained 5.69%. In…

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This is How the Markets in Asia Moved

—– The Nikkei in Tokyo closed higher. Investors reacted to the news that Shanghai plans to end lockdown measures on June 1 to allow people to return to normal life. Yesterday’s gainers were led by NTN Corp.+11.68%, Fujikura+7.33% and NTT…

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