Singapore — Shares in the Asia-Pacific region fell on Tuesday, and shares in Hong Kong-listed companies in China’s online gaming market plummeted after being described by Chinese national media as a sort of “opium.” ..
The loss occurred after an economic news report affiliated with China’s national media Xinhua published an article expressing concern about the time young people spend on online games.
Hong Kong wider Hang Seng Index 1.47% down.
In australia S & P / ASX 200 I shed 0.25%.Share Afterpay Trading on Tuesday saw a further rise, jumping about 12%.After a U.S. fintech company, its share price soared nearly 19% on Monday square Announced that it was I agreed to buy now and pay the giant later.
MSCI’s widest non-Japanese Asia Pacific stock index fell 0.73%.
from now on, Reserve Bank of Australia The interest rate decision will be announced on Tuesday at 12:30 pm HK / SIN.
Overnight on Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 97.31 points to 34,83 8.16, and the S & P 500 fell 0.18% to 4,387.16. The Nasdaq Composite rose slightly to 14,681.07.
Concerns about Covid focus on investor sentiment. NS CDC director said on Monday The seven-day average of daily coronavirus cases in the United States exceeded the peak seen last summer when the country did not have a licensed Covid-19 vaccine.
NS USD indexTracking greenbacks against peer baskets was 92.051 after recently seeing levels below 92.
Crude oil prices did not change much in the morning of trading hours in Asia, according to international benchmarks Brent Crude Futures It is below the flat line and trades at $ 72.87 per barrel. US Crude Oil Futures It was $ 71.25 per barrel, which was almost unchanged.
— CNBC’s Evelyn Cheng contributed to this report.
Chinese online game stocks Tencent, Bilibili and Netease fall in Hong Kong
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