There was a promising start for the Tokyo stock market after the US session closed at it’s highest levels in eight years. There was promising data from Japan as it seems to have stepped out of recession, even though the data came in less than expected at 0.6% expected a GDP growth of 0.9%. The
Asian stocks finish predominantly lower driven by the ECB rejecting Greek bonds as collateral and the fall in the oil markets as the fear of rig counts started haunting markets again yesterday. Tokyo closed -0.98% at 17504 and the Topix closing -0,49%. US Markets also closed lower after a choppy session, on the back of
Asian stocks closed in negative territory despite a good start in response to a strong close in the US markets. Asian stocks moved lower on poor data came out as disappointing U.S. data on Monday also weighed on the growth in the U.S. as manufacturing sector slowed new 10-year Japanese government bonds auction with weak
Asian stocks closed in negative territory as we head out into the week, this was due to poor data coming out of China, as its manufacturing PMI comes in lower than expected. he Nikkei finished the session -0.66% closing at 17,558, the broader Topix index -0.45% (1,408), the KOSPI closed +0.18% while Taiwan advanced +0.27%.
Asian stocks up after various uncertain sessions. Uplift came after US unemployment claims came in lower than expected. These gave a boost to European and US stocks. Nikkei starts the session strong up 1%, following the news, but soon retraced some of it’s gains the Yen appreciated against the dollar to 118 for the dollar.