Exchange the Asia-Pacific region ended mostly in positive territory

Exchange the Asia-Pacific region ended mostly in positive territory


At the end of trading the index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite has grown on 1,91%. The Australian S&P/ASX 200 has increased by 0.42%. The Japanese index Nikkei 225 has grown on 0,78%.

MOSCOW, 6 Nov. Stock markets in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) finished trading Friday mainly positive dynamics against expectation of investors of statistics on the U.S. labor market that may prompt a rise in interest rates in December of this year, according to AFP.

At the end of trading the index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite has grown on 1,91% — to 3590,03 item. Index of Shenzhen stock exchange Shenzhen Composite index gained 2,82%, reaching 2152,43 item. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 0.80% to 22867,33 item.

The Australian S&P/ASX 200 has increased to the level of 5215 points, demonstrating a growth of 0.42% at the end of trading. The Korean KOSPI closed at 2041,07 points, losing 0.41% to. The Japanese index Nikkei 225 has grown on 0,78% — to 19265,60 item.

On Wednesday, US Federal reserve Chairman Janet Yellen stated that interest rate hike in December is likely. She noted that the U.S. economy is now “working well”, domestic revenues are steadily increasing.

Later on Friday the US labor Department will report unemployment figures in the country in October. Analysts believe that it has been preserved at the level of September’s 5.1%. While the number of newly created jobs in non-agricultural sectors of the economy, according to experts, grew by 180 million against 142 thousand in September.