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Stock market: Asia, disappointment on rates China, Tokyo -0.29%

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Sammontana, turnover from pre Covid but +13 million in energy costs (ANSA)

(ANSA) – MILAN, APRIL 15 – Session in reduced ranks for the Asia and Pacific stock exchanges on the Friday preceding the Easter holiday. The few open markets were disappointed with China’s decision not to cut rates. A measure expected by investors for the slowdown in the Celestial Empire economy due to the resurgence of Covid. Tokyo (-0.29%) and Seoul (-0.76%) have marked the pace, while Shanghai, still open, drops 0.2%. The other financial centers, including the European and American ones, are closed for holidays. Gold rose slightly (+ 0.06% to $ 1,975.41 an ounce) in the Asian session, iron sprint (+ 2.36% to $ 911 a ton), steel more cautious (+0, 9% at $ 5,028 per ton). The dollar rose to 126.6 yen, 0.92 euro and 82.175 rubles.

On the other hand, it is stable against the pound, which requires 1.3 green notes to buy. Stop trading on crude oil, gas and government bonds.

Semiconductor manufacturers Tokyo Electron (-4.99%), Advantest (-4.04%), Screen Holdings (-4.74%) and Sumco (-2.18%) suffered in particular on the Tokyo square. Toyota (+ 1.34%), favored by the decline in the yen, and Subaru (-2.38%), which had to suspend deliveries of 3 models sold in Japan due to engine problems. Weak electronic device manufacturers Sony (-2.52%) and Casio (-2.38%) unlike Nikon (+ 0.42%). Nomura bankers (+ 0.62%) and Sumitomo (+ 0.87%) were positive. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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