Asian markets except Hang Seng rose

Asian markets, except Hang Seng, rose

Most
Asian markets has been growing
a second straight session on Tuesday. markets
China remain closed until tomorrow
day.

Spare
Reserve Bank of Australia, as expected,
It left its interest rate at
time low of 2% and promised
conduct “accommodative” monetary
policy. Some experts suggest,
that the rate of decline until the end of the year.

Today
Bank started a political meeting
Japan will be announced tomorrow its results.

News
that the United States, Japan and 10 other countries
Pacific signed
deal about the Trans-Pacific Partnership,
probably also had a positive impact on
investor sentiment. The contract has
referred to in the international press one of the
the biggest events in world trade
over the past 20 years. By 2025, it may
bringing the global 295 billion
dollar benefits per year (estimated
Institute of International Trade). the
However, the deal still requires
final congressional approval
US governments and the remaining 11
The member countries of the contract.

AT
HSBC report Tuesday
said: “The agreement between the
countries representing 40% of the world
economy – this is a positive signal,
expanding worldwide.
Concerted political initiative
– a significant step towards a much-needed
structural reforms on the basis of the world.
It improves market transparency through
trade policy reforms. ”

Nikkei
increased by 1%. The Japanese index
It is at a maximum 17 September.
Among market participants are high spec
on the fact that the Bank of Japan may
announce a new round of monetary
stimulus later this month – on
background of lower growth and deflationary growth
indices of consumer prices.

what
As for individual stocks, the company
the outlook of the TPP agreement.
Manufacturer of agricultural
Kubota machinery jumped
3% on reports that he is more than
twice expands dealer network in China.

S P / ASX
added 0.3%. Australian
Index ended the day at a maximum of
Two and a half weeks, aligning its
the course after a strong subsidence earlier
during the session. The country’s trade deficit
August amounted to 3.1 billion Australian
dollars – more than the consensus forecast
in 2.5 Bln.

continued
Rally in the resource sector: Rio Tinto and
BHP Billiton ended the day
increasing by more than 1%, and Fortescue Metals
added 6%.

Kospi
increased 0.6%. South Korean
shares rose to the level of August 10,
to continue to grow after more than
two-week high the previous
session. Index heavyweight Samsung
Electronics added more than 3%
ahead of tomorrow’s release statements.

Hang
Seng
decreased 0.4%. Hong Kong
during the day indicator jumps to
its two-week high, but
these gains could not be sustained.
Increased share of gaming establishments: Melco
International added 7%; Sands
China has risen to 6%. It happens
because after the holidays
attendance gambling zone rose
10% in the first three days of the “golden
weeks. ”

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