The index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite has increased to 3644,7 paragraph, the rate of exchange Shenzhen Shenzhen Composite index rose to 2301,08 item.
MOSCOW, November 23. Stock markets in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) show a predominantly positive trend on Monday, picking up Friday’s optimism on U.S. exchanges, according to data exchanges.
As at 07.33 GMT the index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite grew by 0.39 per cent, to 3644,7 points, while the index of Shenzhen stock exchange Shenzhen Composite index rose by 0.67% to 2301,08 item. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell by 0.03% to 22748,63 item. The Australian S&P/ASX 200 grew by 0.38%, reaching 5275,8 item. Korean KOSPI rose by 0.83%, reaching 2006,16 item.
Exchange Japan closed on Monday due to national holiday. At the end of trading Friday, Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 0.1% to 19879,81 item.
Us stock indices rose on Friday amid the domestic corporate news. In addition, market participants continue to react to the divergence of monetary policy in the U.S. and other parts of the world. So, for example, on Friday the ECB President Mario Draghi once again said to come in December to review the course of monetary policy that has strengthened the hopes of the market to expand the quantitative easing program (QE) in Europe.
“It is an interesting fact that markets quite well play the prospects of diverging courses of monetary policy by global Central banks”, — quotes Reuters the words of a senior economist Australia and New Zealand Bank Joe masters (Jo Masters).
In China, with optimism investors have apprehended news about a gradual resumption of the initial public offering (IPO) companies after the suspension in July: in particular, resumed IPOs of five companies on the Shanghai stock exchange and five companies on the Shenzhen stock exchange. “The resumption of the IPO means the market overall has returned to normal after sharp fluctuations, and there will be new good of the company”, — says the Fund Manager in Life Insurance JK Woo Kang (Wu Kan).