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Asia Pacific shares mixed after Dow set sail to record record highs

Singapore — Thursday morning stocks were mixed in Asia Pacific, despite an overnight rise on Wall Street. Dow Jones Industrial Average rises to record high..

in Japan, Nikkei 225 The Tokyo Stock Price Index fell 0.36%, while early trading fell 0.64%.Korean KOSPI It is 0.3% higher.

Australian stocks S & P / ASX 200 The transaction was almost unchanged.

MSCI’s widest non-Japanese Asia Pacific stock index traded 0.09% higher.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 152.03 points overnight to 35,609.34 after hitting a record high early in the session. The S & P 500 rose 0.37% to 4,536.19, but the Nasdaq Composite fell slightly behind to 15,121.68.

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NS USD indexTracked a greenback against a basket of another company in the same industry, which was 93.596. This is still off the level of over 94 seen earlier this week.

NS JPY After strengthening from over 114.4 against yesterday’s greenback, it traded at 114.35 per dollar. NS Australian dollar After falling below $ 0.744 earlier this week, it continued to rise and changed hands at $ 0.7519.

Crude oil prices were high in the morning of Asian trading hours on international benchmarks Brent Crude Futures $ 85.98 a barrel, up 0.19%. US Crude Oil Futures It rose 0.47% to $ 83.81 a barrel.

Asia Pacific shares mixed after Dow set sail to record record highs

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