The generalized decline in Asian stock markets is one day, with investors retreating into their hunger for risky assets after a surprise job creation in the US last Friday and a $ 1.9 trillion approval under President Jose’s stimulus plan went.
Australian stock ended the season in the green, but regained most of its previous gains. Benchmark ASX 200 has risen 0.43%Up to 6,739.60 points, since traded higher in most sectors, and the financial sub-index, highly weighted, added 0.5%.
In Japan, Nikkei 225 reversed gains and closed 0.42% lower, On 28,743.25, thanks to the progress in bank values. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group shares gained 2.83%, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group shares rose 2.14% and Nomura shares gained 3.17%. On the other hand, the Topics index also shed previous gains and closed down 0.14% at 1,893.58 points.
for its part, 1% drop in South Korean Kospi, Up to 2,996.11 points. In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index fell 1.85% in the afternoon, while the Hang Seng Tech index fell 6.69%.
Mainland China shares also fell: Shanghai Composite Index fell 2.3%, To 3,421.41, while the Shenzhen component lost 3.81%, to 13,863.81. On the other hand, shares of India and Singapore gained momentum in the afternoon trade.
In other markets, oil has risen about 2% at this time on Monday. Brent is trading at $ 70.65 and in West Texas at $ 67.27. This sharp increase comes after Saudi Arabia reported that its oil facilities suffered missile and drone strikes on Sunday.