Singapore — Asia-Pacific stocks fell in Thursday morning trading as investors waited Bank of Japan Latest monetary policy announcement.
NS Nikkei 225 In Japan, the Tokyo Stock Price Index fell 1.13%, while early trading fell 1.2%. Japan’s retail sales fell 0.6% year-on-year, according to government data released Thursday.
The Bank of Japan will also announce its latest monetary policy decisions on Thursday. Central banks are expected to stick to policy, according to Reuters.
The broadest index of MSCI Asia Pacific equities fell 0.06%.
Overnight in the state, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 266.19 points to 35,490.69, and the S & P 500 fell about 0.51% to 4,551.68. The Nasdaq Composite Index was flat at 15,235.84.
NS USD indexTracking the greenback against the baskets of other companies in the same industry was 93.888, which is still out of the recent level of around 94.
NS JPY It traded at 113.78 per dollar, stronger than the level above 114 seen earlier in the week. NS Australian dollar I changed my hand for $ 0.7504 from the level around $ 0.753 seen earlier this week.
Crude oil prices were low in the morning of Asian trading hours on international benchmarks Brent Crude Futures It fell 0.66% per barrel to $ 84. US Crude Oil Futures It fell 0.86% to $ 81.95 per barrel.
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