React with optimism the stock markets of Asia that the us stock indices increased after declining fears of investors regarding the impact of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris on the state of the economy.
MOSCOW, Nov 17. Stock markets in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) showed a positive trend on Tuesday on the background of the recovery after the recession the previous day, supported by the weaker yen and alleviate concerns related to Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, according to data exchanges.
As at 07.18 GMT the index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite index grew by 1.42% to 3658,07 points, while the index of Shenzhen stock exchange Shenzhen Composite index rose 1.06%, to 2274,92 item. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index increased 2.09% to 22473,2 item.
The Australian S&P/ASX 200 grew by 1.53%, reaching 5080,2 item. Korean KOSPI rose by 1.24%, reaching 1967,17 item. The Japanese Nikkei 225 increased by 1,41%, to 19667,8 item.
React with optimism the stock markets of Asia that the American stock indices on Monday, added 1.1% and 1.5% against decrease in fears of investors regarding the impact of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris on the state of the economy.
“Good growth in the USA should extend to Asia. Initial caution quickly disappeared”, — said the Agency Bloomberg strategist at Patersons Securities Pty Ltd. Tony Farnham (Tony Farnham).
Support to shares of Japanese exporters has a moderate weakening of the yen against the dollar. Thus, Japanese stock exchanges have the opportunity to win back the decline recorded yesterday after weak data on GDP for the third quarter.