Stock market: Asia in no particular order, eyes on Opec, Tokyo -0.16%

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(ANSA) – MILAN, 02 JUN – Stock exchanges in no particular order in Asia and the Pacific on the day when the Opec + summit meets to decide on crude oil production. The assumptions of an increase by Saudi Arabia push down the WTI and the Brent below 115 dollars a barrel. Contrasted futures on Europe and the US pending data on weekly requests for unemployment benefits. London closed to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s reign. Tokyo lost 0.16%, Taiwan 0.73%, Seoul 1% and Sydney 0.8%.

Shanghai (+ 0.29%), Hong Kong (-1.21%) and Mumbai (+ 0.27%) are still open.

The big exporters Sony (-3.19%), Sharp (-1.2%), Yamaha (-1.3%) and Toyota (-0.2%) are struggling on the Tokyo market, with the yen recovering on the euro and the dollar. Microprocessor manufacturers Tokyo Electron (+ 0.36%) and Sumco (+ 0.67%) hold together with the banking giant Nomura (+ 0.16%). (HANDLE).

Source: Ansa

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