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An uncertain start for some Asian stock markets following Thursday’s drubbing evolved into broad gains Friday as trading progressed. Still, the region remains on track for big weekly declines.
Asian stocks largely drop Monday as traders in China return to work after a weeklong holiday, while Japan’s markets closed for a three-day weekend.
ASIA MARKETS Asian stocks took a turn for the worse after a mixed opening in Pacific Rim markets Thursday. Japan’s Nikkei (JP:NIK) gave up early gains to finish down nearly 0.6%. Toyota (JP:7203) and SoftBank (JP:9984) shares rose, though, after reports that the companies will announce a partnership later in the day on autonomous driving and other technologies.
Asian stock markets improved as morning trading progressed Wednesday, as indexes in Japan and Hong Kong stocks recovered from early weakness.
Asian stock markets ended mixed Tuesday, as Japanese shares twitched in positive and negative territory and Hong Kong stocks sank as trade tensions between the U.S. and China rose.
Asian stocks generally declined amid fears of more tariffs. Tencent tumbled in Hong Kong as China announced plans to restrict videogames.