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Tuesday’s World Stock Markets: Asia-Pacific


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China’s blue-chip index finished Wednesday at its highest mark 13 yrs after rising for 5 sessions running, as investors expect the government to sustain policy supports to counter COVID-19’s persisting impact on the economy.

At the close, the blue-chip CSI300 index was up 0.92% at 5,417.68, and the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.63% at 3,550.88.

Japanese stocks closed lower Wednesday as sentiment was dented by a likely announcement of a state of emergency in Tokyo and surrounding cities later this wk.

The Nikkei 225 Index ended down 0.38% to 27,055.94. The broader Topix rose 0.28% at 1,796.18.

Australian shares fell Wednesday, with investors struggling to find solid footing on concerns that a Sydney China Virus cluster may have spread to regional areas.

The S&P/ASX 200 index closed 1.1% lower to 6,607.1. New Zealand’s benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index closed -0.3%

Asia-Pacific Indexes

Data as of 6 January 2021. All quotes delayed at least 15 mins.

SymbIndexTimeLastChgChg %
.TRXFLDJPPThomson Reuters Equity Japan Index2:45am EST157.09+0.35+0.22%
.TRXFLDHKPThomson Reuters Equity HK Index4:45am EST336.88+3.81+1.14%
.TRXFLDINPThomson Reuters Equity India Index7:25am EST1,651.03-3.15-0.19%
.N225Nikkei Stock Average 2251:15am EST27,055.94-102.69-0.38%
.HSIHang Seng Index3:08am EST27,692.30+42.44+0.15%
.AORDASX All Ordinaries Index1:17am EST6,881.40-74.30-1.07%
.KS11KOSPI Index4:03am EST2,968.21-22.36-0.75%
.SETISET Composite Index4:50am EST1,492.36-14.29-0.95%
.JKSEJakarta Composite3:14am EST6,065.68-71.66-1.17%
.PSIPSE Composite Index5 Jan 20217,047.85-86.33-1.21%
.SSECShanghai Composite Index2:59am EST3,550.88+22.20+0.63%
.BSESNS&P BSE Sensex7:28am EST48,174.06-263.72-0.54%
.FTFBMKLCIFTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI5 Jan 20211,591.97-16.38-1.02%
.HNX30HNX 30 Index5 Jan 2021342.00+1.98+0.58%

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