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Japan’s Topix index surged 2.8 percent, and Taiwan was next in line with a 2.2 percent climb. Hong Kong’s benchmark, which actually had a good 1.6 percent start to the day, has trimmed its gain to 0.8 percent. Separately, a report after Monday’s market close showed China’s foreign currency holdings rose for a second month.
Japanese stocks plunged Tuesday and other Asian markets declined following heavy Wall Street losses triggered by President Donald Trump’s attack on the U.S. central bank.
Emerging markets assets are in the red across the board on Thursday as the arrest of a Chinese executive stokes fears that a U.S.-China trade deal may not happen after all, which could lead to heightened tensions and push the global economy to the edge of the precipice.
Asian stock markets were broadly higher Monday, a notable recovery following Friday’s U.S. selloff and another plunge for oil.
ASIA MARKETS Asian stock markets fell Tuesday, following tech-led declines on Wall Street. Japan’s Nikkei (JP:NIK) was down nearly 1.1%, with electronics and machinery stocks among the biggest decliners.
Most Asian stock markets jumped Friday, reflecting investor relief about upcoming trade talks between China and the U.S.