Singapore — Asia Pacific stocks fell during Tuesday morning trading Big loss overnight on Wall Street This reduced the technology-intensive Nasdaq Composite Index by more than 4%.
Hong Kong Hang Seng IndexReturned to trading after Monday’s holiday, but fell 3% in early Tuesday morning trading.
Technology stocks in other parts of Asia Pacific also fell in trading on Tuesday morning. This reflects the loss after the Nasdaq Composite fell 4.29% overnight to 11,623.25.
Japanese conglomerate stocks on Tuesday morning Softbank Group It decreased by 4.61%. South Korean cocoa was down 2% and Krafton was down 2.98%.
MSCI’s widest non-Japanese Asia Pacific stock index fell 2.22%.
“The Red Sea swallowed most of the major risk assets overnight,” an analyst at OCBC Treasury Research said in a note on Tuesday. “Today’s Asian market may begin with a cautious move following the blow on Wall Street last night.”
Other major Wall Street indices also suffered significant losses overnight, with the S & P 500 down 3.2% to 3,991.24, below the 4,000 level for the first time in over a year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 653.67 points (1.99%) to 32,245.70.
The US dollar indexTracked a greenback against a basket of another company in the same industry, which was 103.663. This is outside the recently seen level above 103.8.
The JPY It traded at 130.18 per dollar, stronger than the level above 130.5 seen against yesterday’s greenback. The Australian dollar After a drop from over $ 0.72 last week, it struggled to recover to $ 0.6921.
Oil prices were low on the morning of Asian trading hours on international benchmarks Brent crude oil futures It fell 2.21% per barrel to $ 103.58. US Crude Oil Futures I flowed from 2.2% to $ 100.8 per barrel.
Asian tech stocks fall, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Bank falls nearly 3%
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