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China stocks fell Friday to finish the week lower.
The blue-chip CSI300 index fell 4.4% to 4,505.59, while the Shanghai Composite Index retreated 3.9% to 3,196.77.
The tech-heavy start-up board ChiNext slumped 6.1%, while the newly-launched STAR 50 index dove 7%.
Australian shares closed lower Friday, led by tech stocks after Wall Street’s decline overnight sparked a similar reaction domestically, while indications of a worsening C-19 coronavirus chaos added to the gloom.
The S&P/ASX 200 index settled 1.16% down to 6,024.0, following a 0.3% gainer Thursday. On a weekly basis, the benchmark fell 0.2%.
In New Zealand, the benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index fell 0.5% to 11,636.3.
The Japanese market was closed for a holiday.
Data as of 24 July 2020. All quotes delayed at least 15 mins.
|.TRXFLDJPP||Thomson Reuters Equity Japan Index||3:38am EDT||137.84||+0.00||+0.00%|
|.TRXFLDHKP||Thomson Reuters Equity HK Index||5:39am EDT||303.45||-9.89||-3.16%|
|.TRXFLDINP||Thomson Reuters Equity India Index||5:49am EDT||1,267.35||-2.85||-0.22%|
|.N225||Nikkei Stock Average 225||22 Jul 2020||22,751.61||-132.61||-0.58%|
|.HSI||Hang Seng Index||4:08am EDT||24,705.33||-557.67||-2.21%|
|.AORD||ASX All Ordinaries Index||3:01am EDT||6,148.00||-65.90||-1.06%|
|.KS11||KOSPI Index||5:01am EDT||2,200.44||-15.75||-0.71%|
|.SETI||SET Composite Index||5:50am EDT||1,340.92||-18.73||-1.38%|
|.JKSE||Jakarta Composite||4:14am EDT||5,082.99||-62.02||-1.21%|
|.PSI||PSE Composite Index||12:50am EDT||6,003.26||-25.75||-0.43%|
|.SSEC||Shanghai Composite Index||3:00am EDT||3,196.77||-128.34||-3.86%|
|.BSESN||S&P BSE Sensex||6:04am EDT||38,128.90||-11.57||-0.03%|
|.FTFBMKLCI||FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI||5:04am EDT||1,589.61||-16.81||-1.05%|
|.HNX30||HNX 30 Index||23 Jul 2020||203.49||-10.54||-4.92%|
Have a healthy weekend, Keep the Faith!
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