Sunday, December 10, 2017

ATP traded mixed on Wednesday

ATP traded mixed on Wednesday

Wednesday in Asia, Japan's indexes fell
0.1%) and exchange Shanghai (Shanghai
Composite lost
0.53%). Korean Kospi rose
(+ 0.73%), Hong Kong
Seng (+ 0,01%) and
Australian S P / ASX
(+ 0.30%).

Hong Kong ended with a series of six
winning sessions due to the sharp fall
HSBC shares
(-3.5%) in
result of weak financial statements.
Added fuel to the fire and the action of operators
Casino: Galaxy
Entertaiment and
China lost
by 2.7% each. As a result, shares of Hong Kong
Exchange nominally increased, but only a
a hundredth of a percent.

Chinese investors immediately
enter the stock market after a week of rest
rushed to take profits, resulting
on the seven-day New Year's rally.
As a result, the index fell. among the most
actively traded stocks in Shanghai were
Petroleum (+ 3,6% to
rise in price of crude oil), United
Network (- 3,6%), Bank of China (-1,2%).

stocks fell on investor assessment
Janet Yellen comments. Among
interest movements - 3% increase
NTT Data Corp added
2% after it had increased its rating
at JPMorgan
Chase. 6,2%
the company lost Sankyu
on reducing
net income forecast for the year by as much as
42% due to slowing sales.

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