According to trading, the Shanghai stock exchange has grown on 1,58%, the Shenzhen exchange index gained to 1.82%, the Hang Seng Index decreased by 0.61%.
MOSCOW, 9 Nov. Stock markets in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) finished trading Monday mixed dynamics of indexes on the background of statistics from the U.S. labor market and trade data from China, according to AFP.
At the end of trading the index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite has grown on 1,58% — to 3646,88 item. Index of Shenzhen stock exchange Shenzhen Composite index score of 1.82%, reaching 2191,6 item. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index decreased by 0.61% to 22767,77 item.
The Australian S&P/ASX 200 has decreased to the level of 5119,5 points, showing a decline of 1.83% at the end of trading. The Korean KOSPI closed at 2025,7 points, losing 0.75 per cent. The Japanese index Nikkei 225 has grown on 1,96% — to 19642,74 item.
On Friday, the U.S. Department of labour reported that unemployment rate in the country in October amounted to 5%, and the number of jobs in non-agricultural industries increased by 271 thousand. Analysts had expected the unemployment rate to reach 5.1%, and the number of jobs will grow by 184 thousand. These data caused a mixed reaction in markets: on the one hand they talk about good condition of the American economy, and increase the chances of interest rate hike by the fed in 2015.
Frustrated investors have brought statistics of China, under which the trade surplus in the country in October amounted to 61.4 billion dollars, while analysts expected its value at around 62 billion dollars. The volume of exports fell in the reporting month by 6.9% in annual terms, while the experts waited for reduction of only 3.3%.
At the same time, the market was encouraged by news that China intends to resume an initial public offering (IPO) companies after the suspension in July. IPO securities of 28 companies will be held before the end of this year. “Regulators hope that the rally will continue, and so they decided to restart the IPO”, — says the Manager of CSOP Asset Management Louis Lou (Louis Lu), which quotes Agency MarketWatch.