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[BENGALURU] Australian shares tipped into negative territory on Wednesday, after Wall Street financials, transports and other big post-election gainers lost ground as earnings season kicked into gear.
[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks closed higher Wednesday, reversing early losses on bargain hunting and as a yen rally stalled.
[SYDNEY] The flight to haven assets eased following the biggest drop in the dollar since July with moves in the yen, Treasuries and gold steadying ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration. Hong Kong...
[HONG KONG] Asian stock markets held near three-month highs on Wednesday as investors scooped up exporter shares after US President-elect Donald Trump expressed concerns over a stronger US dollar.
[TAIPEI] Taiwan stocks fell on Wednesday tracking overnight weakness on Wall Street and pressured by financials such as Cathay Financial Holding.
[SEOUL] The South Korean won rallied on Wednesday as US President-elect Donald Trump's comment that the US dollar is too strong resulted in broad pressure on the greenback...
[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks edged up in opening trades Wednesday with energy firms lifted by a bounce in oil prices after a recent sell-off.
MALAYSIA share prices opened flat on Wednesday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up slightly by 0.61 points to 1,663.64.
SINGAPORE share prices fell on Wednesday with the Straits Times Index down 13.85 points to 2,998.92 at 9 am.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares fell to a three-week low on Wednesday, as financials and pharma stocks followed their US peers after Wall Street was hit by President-elect Donald Trump's remarks...
[TOKYO] Tokyo shares opened lower on Wednesday with exporters falling as the yen rose following US president-elect Donald Trump's remark that the American currency was too strong...