Wednesday, 15 July 2015


Capital Stroke : Asian Markets Asian equities were mixed on Thursday as Chinese market volatility offset optimism over the Greek parliament’s approval of the new bailout agreement. China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite extended losses into a second day after closing down 3 percent on Wednesday despite strong second quarter gross domestic product data, triggering worries whether the recent government-engineered rebound has run its course. Hong Kong stocks meanwhile eased nearly 1 percent, with lozenges maker Golden Throat surging 6 percent in its market debut. Japan’s benchmark Nikkei index climbed for a fourth day, rising to a new two-week high, as investors cheered a weaker currency. The yen weakened to a new three-week low of 123.97 per dollar overnight and hovered near that level in early trade. South Korea’s benchmark Kospi index was little changed after closing at its highest level since July 3 on Wednesday. For more details visit: or contact on 0731-3299704


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