Monday’s World Markets Outlook: Asia-Pacific

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Australian shares marked their highest close in nearly 3 wks Monday, driven by gains among heavyweight financials, while a dip in new coronavirus infections in Victoria and renewed hopes of financial aid in the United States boosted risk sentiment.

The S&P/ASX 200 index was up 1.76% at 6,110.2 pts at the close of trade.

New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index rose 0.3%

China shares ended higher Monday, turning around from early losses as data signalling slow factory deflation reinforced hopes of an economic recovery from the chaos-driven lockdown.

At the close, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.75% at 3,379.25, after earlier falling as much as 0.57%.

The blue-chip CSI300 index was up 0.36%, back from a 1.31% fall.

The CSI financial sector sub-index ended 1.34% higher, the consumer staples sector added 0.11%, the Real Estate index jumped 3.08% and the healthcare sub-index closed 0.62% lower. 

Japanese markets are closed for a public holiday.

Asia-Pacific Indexes

Data as of 10 August 2020. All quotes delayed at least 15 mins.

SymbIndexTimeLastChgChg %
.TRXFLDJPPThomson Reuters Equity Japan Index3:45am EDT135.69+0.00+0.00%
.TRXFLDHKPThomson Reuters Equity HK Index5:46am EDT306.06-4.00-1.29%
.TRXFLDINPThomson Reuters Equity India Index6:28am EDT1,295.31+9.57+0.74%
.N225Nikkei Stock Average 2257 Aug 202022,329.94-88.21-0.39%
.HSIHang Seng Index4:08am EDT24,377.43-154.19-0.63%
.AORDASX All Ordinaries Index3:09am EDT6,247.10+102.20+1.66%
.KS11KOSPI Index5:03am EDT2,386.38+34.71+1.48%
.SETISET Composite Index5:45am EDT1,322.01-2.39-0.18%
.JKSEJakarta Composite4:14am EDT5,157.83+13.94+0.27%
.PSIPSE Composite Index12:50am EDT5,930.92+84.90+1.45%
.SSECShanghai Composite Index3:00am EDT3,379.25+25.22+0.75%
.BSESNS&P BSE Sensex6:44am EDT38,182.08+141.51+0.37%
.FTFBMKLCIFTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI5:04am EDT1,571.66-6.48-0.41%
.HNX30HNX 30 Index9 Aug 2020210.78+1.34+0.64%

Have a healthy week, Keep the Faith!

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