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China Stocks tumble 2.86%
Feb 29,2016

Mainland China stock market ended lower on Monday, 29 February 2016, as risk aversion selloff triggered on disappointment after lack of specific measures to boost growth during the Group of 20 meetings. The selloff pressure intensified after Chinas central bank guided the yuan to its weakest level in three weeks, just after Chinese officials at a meeting in Shanghai worked hard to dispel worries about Chinas economic strategy. The Shanghai Composite Index ended down 79.23 points, or 2.86%, at 2,687.98, after falling as much as 4.63%. The Shenzhen composite slid 93.18 points, or 5.36% to 1,643.35. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, slipped 70.56 points, or 2.39%, to 2877.47.

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Hong Kong Stocks slid 1.3%
Feb 29,2016

The Hong Kong stock market declined on Monday, 29 February 2016, with renewed concerns over Chinas economic fundamentals and on caution before deluge of economic data due to release this week. The benchmark Hang Seng Index declined 252.22 points, or 1.3%, to 19111.93 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, dropped 117.96 points, or 1.47%, to 7916.34 points. Turnover rose slightly to HK$64 billion from HK$62.5 billion on Friday.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks mixed
Feb 23,2016

Asia Pacific shares ended mostly softer on Tuesday, 23 February 2016, as market participants elected to withdraw some profit off the table amid concerns about Chinas economic slowdown and concerns of a possible British exit from the EU.

The first indicators for Chinas economy this month signal its slowdown hasnt bottomed out yet, highlighting the case for continued stimulus as the nation prepares to host finance chiefs and central bankers from the Group of 20 later this week.

Private gauges of manufacturing and services fell to new lows, a reading of business confidence slipped, and interest in small and medium sized businesses deteriorated, the readings show. If confirmed in official data for February that starts to roll out from March 1, such weakness would suggest a slowdown in the nations old growth drivers may be deepening. The Minxin manufacturing index fell to 37.5 in February from 41.8 in January, while the non-manufacturing gauge fell to 37.5 from 43, according to the China Academy of New Supply-side Economics. Numbers below 50 indicate deteriorating conditions.

Oil prices retreated from a two-week high as signs of rising US inventories and weaker Chinese economic growth compounded forecasts that a global surplus will endure for the rest of this year.

In Asian trade, U.S. crude futures for April delivery were down 1.59% at $32.87 a barrel. But overnight, oil prices rose with U.S. crude futures for March delivery, which expired Monday after the close, settled up 6.21%. Global benchmark Brent also fell 1.47% to $34.18 a barrel, after gaining 5.3% in overnight trade.

OPECs secretary general Abdalla Salem El-Badri said on Monday both OPEC and non-cartel countries are willing to cooperate to find a solution to low oil prices. In recent weeks, major oil producers, including Saudi Arabia and Russia, met in Doha and have said they are ready to freeze production at January levels if other producers do the same. Iran, which returned to the international oil market after U.S.-led sanctions on the Persian state were lifted earlier this year, welcomed the deal. But it stopped short of saying it would itself freeze production at January levels. Instead, Irans deputy oil minister said Saturday the country will increase production soon.

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Australia Market slips back below 5K level

Australian share market ended down after evaporating initial gains, as investors undertook strategic sell-offs on banks and telecoms. The losses were, however, partially offset by strength in resource stocks. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 21.60 points, or 0.43%, at 4979.60, while the broader All Ordinaries index declined 17.50 points, or 0.35%, to 5039.10.

Financials were down, with the big banks being major losers. Commonwealth Bank of Australia declined 1.3% to A$73.28, Westpac Banking Corp 1.5% to A$29.65, National Australia Bank 0.8% to A$25.46, and ANZ Banking Group 0.9% to A$23.12.

Mining stocks rose, led by diversified resource giants BHP Billiton, up 2.6% to A$17.63, despite slashing its interim dividend by 75%, the first cut since 1988 following a collapse in resource prices. Competitor Rio Tinto gained 1.4% to A$44.62 aided by a hefty $3.30 jump in the price of iron ore to $50.30 a tonne, the highest since late October and a long way from Decembers trough of $37.

QBE Insurance shares climbed up 8.5% to A$11.27 after the insurer reported expansion in full year profit margin to 9% from 8.4% corresponding previous year and rise in the dividend to 30 Australian cents a share, up by 36%. The company posted 7% fall in its gross premiums to $US14.78 billion and 7% drop in profits to $US687 million.

Nikkei falls on strong yen, China woes

Japan share market finished the session lower after choppy trading on, as investors elected to book recent profit due to yen strengthening against major currencies and concerns about Chinas slowdown. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended down 59.00 points, or 0.37%, from Monday at 16,052.05. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 8.83 points, or 0.68%, lower at 1,291.17. Falling issues far outnumbered rising ones 1,415 to 442 in the TSEs first section, while 84 issues were unchanged. Volume increased to 2,322 million shares from Mondays 2,037 million shares.

The yen strengthened 0.6% to 112.30 per dollar on Tuesday, as investors weighed the Bank of Japans ability to further weaken the currency. The yens appreciation partly reflected growing concerns over Britains possible breakup with the European Union.

Realtors, including Mitsui Fudosan and Mitsubishi Estate, suffered sharp drops. Mobile phone carrier KDDI and air conditioner producer Daikin, both heavily weighted components of the Nikkei average, were also downbeat.

The higher yen battered export-oriented names, such as tire maker Bridgestone, electronics manufacturer Sony and electronic parts producer Murata Manufacturing.

Takata plunged 4.34% after a news report that U.S. authorities are looking into the inflators of the auto parts makers defective air bags to see whether an additional recall is needed or not.

China Stocks pull back on profit booking

Mainland China stock market ended down, due to profit booking following the previous sessions 2% gain, and on caution ahead of the annual meeting of Chinas top legislature next month. Investor sentiment was also dampened after China set the yuans reference rate against the dollar at a lowest level in six weeks and economic indicators signaled a deepening slowdown. Most sectors fell but resources and energy shares extended their recent rally on a global pick-up in commodity and oil prices. The Shanghai Composite Index ended down 0.81%, or 23.84 points, at 2903.33. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 29.51 points, or 0.95%, to 3089.36. Investors are turning cautious after the Shanghai index rebounded about 10% from a January low and approached the 3,000 level.

At the National Peoples Congress, Chinas leaders will deliver work reports and the governments next five-year economic development plan will be finalised. Specific business sectors are often singled out for expansion. The meeting will begin on March 5.

Shares of financial, industrial and technology companies were suffered the steepest losses among 10 industry groups. China Life slumped 2.7%, while Citic Securities lost 2.2%. Ningbo Port Co. plunged 5.4%.

Hong Kong Stocks end down

The Hong Kong stock market ended softer after reversing early gains, joining regional selloff, amid concerns about China economic slowdown. The benchmark Hang Seng Index declined 49.31 points, or 0.25%, to 19414.78 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, dropped 50.75 points, or 0.62%, to 8170.62 points. Turnover reduced slightly to HK$58.7 billion from HK$60.2 billion on Monday.

Tingyi (00322) plunged 6.3% to HK$8, becoming the worst blue-chip loser. The instant noodle producer issued a profit warning and ushered in bearish comments from research houses. Want Want (00151) also slid 5% to HK$5.2.

Oil prices rebounded on hopes of lower shale gas production. CNOOC (00883) added 1.6% to HK$8.23. PetroChina (00857) and Sinopec (00386) added 1.4% and 0.5% to HK$5.18 and HK$4.4. New World (00017) put on 1% to HK$6.4 after it reported interim net fell 43.6% to HK$3.3 billion. China Shenhua (01088) was the top blue-chip winner today, rising 1.8% to HK$11.62.

HSBC (00005) and Hang Seng Bank (00011) announced their earnings reports yesterday, triggering a slew of target price cuts. HSBC was flat at HK$49.15, while Hang Seng Bank retreated 2.7% to HK$130.9.

Sensex, Nifty hit lowest closing level in almost a week

Losses for banking sector stocks and public sector companies led losses for key benchmark indices. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, shed 378.61 points or 1.59% to settle at 23,410.18. The Nifty fell 125 points or 1.73% to settle at 7,109.55. T

All eyes are now on Union Budget 2016-17 to be announced on 29 February 2016. Finance Minister Arum Jaitley may provide a roadmap for rationalisation of the corporate tax exemptions in Budget. Jaitley in his last Budget had announced phased reduction in corporate taxes over four years to 25% from present 30%, and also simultaneous withdrawal of corporate tax exemptions.

TCS declined 2.12%. The company announced after market hours today, 23 February 2016, that it has been selected by Element Financial Corporation, one of North Americas leading fleet management companies, to help it significantly evolve its fleet management technology platforms and user experience.

Wipro shed 0.61%. Wipro announced a partnership with SugarCRM to offer customer relationship management (CRM) solutions to its enterprise customers. The company made the announcement after market hours today, 23 February 2016.

Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: New Zealands NZX50 added 0.6% to 6175.67. Taiwans Taiex index added 0.1% to 8334.64. South Koreas KOPSI dropped 0.1% to 1914.22. Malaysias KLCI added 0.2% to 1677.28. Singapores Straits Times index gained 0.4% at 2672.07. Indonesias Jakarta Composite index dropped 1.2% to 4654.05.

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Australia Market slips back below 5K level
Feb 23,2016

Australian share market ended down after evaporating initial gains on Tuesday, 23 February 2016, as investors undertook strategic sell-offs on banks and telecoms. The losses was, however, partially offset by strength in resource stocks. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 21.60 points, or 0.43%, at 4979.60, while the broader All Ordinaries index declined 17.50 points, or 0.35%, to 5039.10.

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Nikkei falls on strong yen, China woes
Feb 23,2016

Japan share market finished the session lower after choppy trading on Tuesday, 23 February 2016, as investors elected to book recent profit due to yen strengthening against major currencies and concerns about Chinas slowdown. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average ended down 59.00 points, or 0.37%, from Monday at 16,052.05. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 8.83 points, or 0.68%, lower at 1,291.17. Falling issues far outnumbered rising ones 1,415 to 442 in the TSEs first section, while 84 issues were unchanged. Volume increased to 2,322 million shares from Mondays 2,037 million shares.

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China Stocks pull back on profit booking
Feb 23,2016

Mainland China stock market ended down on Tuesday, 23 February 2016, due to profit booking following the previous sessions 2% gain, and on caution ahead of the annual meeting of Chinas top legislature next month. Investor sentiment was also dampened after China set the yuans reference rate against the dollar at a lowest level in six weeks and economic indicators signaled a deepening slowdown. Most sectors fell but resources and energy shares extended their recent rally on a global pick-up in commodity and oil prices. The Shanghai Composite Index ended down 0.81%, or 23.84 points, at 2903.33. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, fell 29.51 points, or 0.95%, to 3089.36. Investors are turning cautious after the Shanghai index rebounded about 10% from a January low and approached the 3,000 level.

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Hong Kong Stocks end down
Feb 23,2016

The Hong Kong stock market ended softer after reversing early gains on Tuesday, 23 February 2016, joining regional selloff, amid concerns about China economic slowdown. The benchmark Hang Seng Index declined 49.31 points, or 0.25%, to 19414.78 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, dropped 50.75 points, or 0.62%, to 8170.62 points. Turnover reduced slightly to HK$58.7 billion from HK$60.2 billion on Monday.

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Hong Kong Stocks soars
Feb 22,2016

The Hong Kong stock market ended higher on Friday, 22 February 2016, tracking gains in mainland stocks, which jumped on fresh measures to support the real estate sector and on speculation the new head of the Chinas securities regulator will take steps to boost the worlds second-largest equity market. The benchmark Hang Seng Index surged 178.59 points, or 0.93%, to 19464.09 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, added 108.80 points, or 1.34%, to 8221.37 points. Turnover increased to HK$60.2 billion from HK$55.4 billion on Friday.

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China Stocks surges on regulator reshuffle
Feb 22,2016

Mainland China stock market ended stronger on Monday, 22 February 2016, as investors chased for bottom fishing on heavily beaten down stocks after Beijing replaced its top securities regulator and on fresh measures to support the real estate sector. The Shanghai Composite Index ended up 2.35%, or 67.15 points, at 2927.18. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, added 67.29 points, or 2.2%, to 3071.33.

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Nikkei retakes 16K line
Feb 22,2016

Japan share market ended stronger after recouping initial loses on Monday, 22 February 2016, boosted by combination of bargain hunting and some short position covering as well, especially in some of those beaten-up sectors. Notable advancers comprised air transportation, fishery, agriculture and forestry, and food-linked stocks. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average advanced 143.88 points, or 0.9%, to close at 16,111.05 after tumbling 229.63 points Friday. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange 8.18 points, or 0.63%, higher to close at 1,300, after losing 19.38 points the previous trading day. Rising issues outnumbered falling ones 1,256 to 588 on the TSEs first section, while 96 issues were unchanged. Volume fell to 2.037 billion shares from Fridays 2.291 billion shares.

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Australia Market finishes above 5K level
Feb 22,2016

Australian share market ended higher on firs trading session of the week, Monday, 22 February 2016, as appetite for risk assets buoyed by a jump in iron ore prices and stronger regional markets. Investors also cheered some encouraging corporate earnings reports. All ASX sectors advanced, exception being utilities, with shares of mining, industrial, and financial stocks led a broad-based rally. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 48.40 points, or 0.98%, at 5001.20, while the broader All Ordinaries index advanced 48.30 points, or 0.96%, to 5056.60.

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Asia Pacific Market: Stocks soars on oil rebound
Feb 18,2016

Asia Pacific share market ended stronger on Thursday, 18 February 2016, led by energy stocks after sharp rebound in crude oil prices amid an unexpected drop in crude inventories and on hopes that big producers will cap production.

Development in oil prices remained the main driver in the financial markets. Crude oil extended gains after Iran voiced support for a Russia-Saudi-led move to freeze production to deal with the market glut that had pushed prices to 12-year lows. The front-month WTI crude oil contract soared 5.58% while the Brent contract jumped 7.21%.

In addition, risk sentiment was also lifted by Januarys FOMC minutes which echoed recent Fed comments that another rate hike in March is remote.

In the FOMC minutes for the January meeting, Fed unveiled that more members saw downside risks to the economic outlook. Policymakers would need more time to gauge the impact of the financial market turmoil since the turn of the year on US growth outlook. According to the minutes, developments in commodity and financial markets as well as the possibility of a significant weakening of some foreign economies had the potential to further restrain domestic economic activityn++ Participants judged that the overall implication of these developments for the outlook for domestic economic activity was unclear, but they agreed that uncertainty had increased, and many saw these developments as increasing the downside risks to the outlook. On the monetary policy stance, policymakers affirmed that future monetary decision would be dependent on incoming data. as noted in the minutes, the members continued to expect that gradual adjustments in the stance of monetary policy would be appropriate. Yet the timing and pace of adjustments will depend on future economic and financial market developments.

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Australia Stocks end stronger

Australian share market surged on Thursday, 18 February 2016, on following strong lead from Wall Street overnight after sharp rebound in crude oil prices. All ASX sectors advanced, with shares of mining and energy stocks led a broad-based rally. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 109.90 points, or 2.25%, at 4992, while the broader All Ordinaries index advanced 108.70 points, or 2.2%, to 5047.10.

Shares of energy and mining companies were major gainer on the Sydney market, fuelled by a sharp rebound in oil prices. Australias biggest oil producer Woodside Petroleum rose 4.6% to A$28.75 as Brent crude oil was fetching $US35.02 a barrel on Thursday afternoon. Santos also received a bump, trading up 7.6% to A$3.54. Origin Energy declared a widened first-half loss on the long term view oil will remain at record low prices, but shares still jumped 8.7% at A$4.23. Diversified resource giants BHP Billiton and main rival Rio Tinto each rose 6%% to A$16.95 and 3% to A$43.40 respectively, despite the price or iron ore falling 0.92% to $US46.35a tonne. Iron ore miner Fortescue Metals Group lifted 11.47% to A$2.09.

Financials were up, with the big banks modestly higher. Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 2.3% to A$74.28, while Westpac Banking Corporation lifted 2.8% to A$29.98. ANZ Banking Group was up 2.6% to A$23.78, and National Australia Bank finished up 2.5% to A$26.16. AMP shares gained 25 cents to A$5.43 after wealth management and insurance giant reported a 10% rise in annual profit.

Telstra gained 0.6% to A$5.40 after it reported flat profits but boosted its dividend. Australias biggest telco made $2.1 billion for the second-half of 2015 and also announced it would boost spending to improve and expand its network.

Japan Stocks join global rally

Japan share market ended stronger on Thursday, 18 February 2016, joining a worldwide rally, as weaker yen against major currency basket and solid rebound in crude oil prices helped to boost investor risk sentiments. Total 30 out of 33 TOPIX industry categories advanced, mining, oil and coal products, iron & steel, and nonferrous metals issues comprising the most notable gainers. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average advanced 360.44 points, or 2.28%, from Wednesday to close at 16196.80. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 28.80 points, or 2.25%, up at 1,311.20.

Shares of oil and coal companies were biggest gainers among the 33 Topix industry groups. Global oil prices spiked overnight on Irans expressed support for oil producers to stabilise the market, with benchmark Brent crude rising 7.2% to $US34.50Oil distributor JX Holdings rose 6.3% to 462.0 yen. Trading firm Mitsubishi gained 8.6% to Y1,886.0. Oil explorer Inpex added 6.1% to Y956.6.

Toyota Motor Corp. rose 1.7% for the biggest boost to the Topix, despite a global recall of several million vehicles. The firm said in the event of a crash, some seatbelts on a range of vehicles could be damaged by a metal seat frame part.

Electrical engineering firm Yokogawa Electric lost 4.3% to Y1,144 following its announcement that it will buy UK-based energy industry consulting and software provider KBC Advanced Technologies for 180.3 million pounds ($US261.4 million). A sizable price tag and uncertainty over the industrys outlook weighed on the shares.

China Stocks fall on profit booking

Mainland China stock market declined for the first time in three straight sessions on Thursday, 18 February 2016, as investors elected to lock recent gains after January inflation data showed little improvement in economic activity, underlining the need for more policy support. The Shanghai Composite Index ended down 0.16%, or 4.45 points, at 2862.89. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, shrank 9.62 points, or 0.31%, to 3053.70.

Data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed today that Chinas consumer price index rose 1.8% in January from a year earlier, up from a 1.6% increase in December, due to rising food prices. But, Chinas producer price index (PPI) fell 5.3% in January from a year earlier, easing from 5.9% fall in December, as falling commodity markets and weak demand. Lingering worries of deflation have reinforced economists views that the government and central bank will have to roll out further stimulus measures this year to spur the economy, which grew last year at its slowest pace in a quarter of a century.

Shares of of consumer-staples and discretionary companies were worst performances among 10 industry groups after the release of inflation data. Yonghui Superstores Co. dropped 1.5%, while Suning Commerce Group Co. lost 1.9%.

Hong Kong Stocks soars on oil rebound

The Hong Kong stock market ended higher, joining global rally, as optimism grew that oil producing countries will coordinate to limit output to shore up beaten-down crude oil prices. The benchmark Hang Seng Index surged 438.51 points, or 2.32%, to 19363.08 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, benchmark measure of performance of mainland China enterprises, added 237.71 points, or 3%, to 8166.47 points. Turnover increased to HK$72.6 billion from HK$67 billion on Wednesday.

Shares of energy companies advanced after crude oil prices continued to climb in Asia s oil producing countries expressed support to the output freeze plan. CNOOC (00883) soared 5.4% to HK$8.21. PetroChina (00957) and Sinopec (00386) gained 6% and 3.8% to HK$5.11 and HK$4.42. PetroChina was the top blue-chip winner today.

Macau gaming counters also saw buying orders. MGM China (02282) gained 2.5% to HK$9.5 ahead of its earnings report later today. Sands China (01928) advanced 6% to HK$27.6. Galaxy Ent (00027) surged 6% to HK$26.5.

Processed meat producers were higher after official data showed Chinas pork prices rose in January. Yurun Food (01068) surged 11% to HK$1.11. WH Group (00288) put on 1.9% to HK$4.4.

HKTV (01137) jumped 13.5% to HK$1.51 after the HK government lodged an appeal against the verdict that it has set cap for approving broadcast licenses. Free-to-air broadcaster TVB (00511) was also higher, shooting up 5.4% to HK$29.2.

Sensex clocks decent gains

Stocks from IT and pharmaceutical sectors and oil exploration and production firms led the latest upmove for the two key benchmark indices amid signs of stability in global financial markets. The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, rose 267.35 points or 1.14% to settle at 23,649.22. The 50-unit Nifty 50 index rose 83.30 points or 1.17% to settle at 7,191.75.

Shares of oil exploration and production (E&P) companies rose on surge in crude oil prices. Dr Reddys Laboratories moved higher, with the stock extending previous trading sessions gains triggered by the companys announcement of share buyback plan. Cipla nudged higher after the company announced that its UK arm has completed the transaction to acquire two US-based companies. Quick Heal Technologies made a dismal debut on the bourses.

Elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region: New Zealands NZX50 added 0.42% to 6111.09. Taiwans Taiex index added 1.22% to 8314.67. South Koreas KOPSI rose 1.32% to 1908.84. Malaysias KLCI jumped 0.94% to 1680.02. Singapores Straits Times index gained 1.7% at 2657.57. Indonesias Jakarta Composite index rose 0.3% to 4778.79.

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Australia Stocks end stronger
Feb 18,2016

Australian share market surged on Thursday, 18 February 2016, on following strong lead from Wall Street overnight after sharp rebound in crude oil prices. All ASX sectors advanced, with shares of mining and energy stocks led a broad-based rally. At the close, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 109.90 points, or 2.25%, at 4992, while the broader All Ordinaries index advanced 108.70 points, or 2.2%, to 5047.10.

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Japan Stocks join global rally
Feb 18,2016

Japan share market ended stronger on Thursday, 18 February 2016, joining a worldwide rally, as weaker yen against major currency basket and solid rebound in crude oil prices helped to boost investor risk sentiments. Total 30 out of 33 TOPIX industry categories advanced, mining, oil and coal products, iron & steel, and nonferrous metals issues comprising the most notable gainers. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average advanced 360.44 points, or 2.28%, from Wednesday to close at 16196.80. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange finished 28.80 points, or 2.25%, up at 1,311.20.

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China Stocks fall on profit booking
Feb 18,2016

Mainland China stock market declined for the first time in three straight sessions on Thursday, 18 February 2016, as investors elected to lock recent gains after January inflation data showed little improvement in economic activity, underlining the need for more policy support. The Shanghai Composite Index ended down 0.16%, or 4.45 points, at 2862.89. The CSI 300 Index, measuring exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen, shrank 9.62 points, or 0.31%, to 3053.70.

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