Singapore — Asia-Pacific stocks seemed to make a mixed start after Wall Street’s key indices set sail to record record highs last week.
Futures showed high openness of Japanese stocks. Chicago’s Nikkei futures contract was 28,230 and Osaka’s futures contract was 27,910.Compared to that Nikkei 225 The final closing price is 27,548.
Meanwhile, Australian stocks seemed poised to fall. SPI futures contract is 7,335.0, S & P / ASX200 The final closing price is 7,394.40.
In terms of economic data, Singapore’s industrial production figures for June will be released at 1:00 pm HK / SIN.
On Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 35,000 for the first time, with the S & P 500 rising 1.01% to 4,411.79 and the Nasdaq Composite index rising 1.04% to 14,836.99. With Friday’s rise, all three major indices set new closing prices in the state.
NS USD indexTracking the greenback against the baskets of other companies in the same industry was 92.885, following a recent bounce from less than 92.8.
NS JPY It traded at 110.53 per dollar, weaker than the level below 110 seen against the greenback last week. NS Australian dollar I changed my hand at $ 0.7368, which is above the level below $ 0.732 seen last week.
Let’s see what is tapped.
- Singapore: June industrial production
Asia Pacific shares set for mixed start after Wall Street record closes
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