Asian equities are mixed

Asian equities are mixed

On Wednesday, Asian stocks showed mixed performance in light regional trade.

The Nikkei 225 rallied 0.28%, the S&P/ASX 200 went down 0.79%. Financial markets in South Korea, Japan and China were unavailable for holidays.

Overnight, the soar in US equities continued for a second-straight day after reports showed key car maker beat American new car sales in September.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average concluded higher hitting 22641.67. Additionally, the S&P 500 grew 0.22%, while the Nasdaq Composite ended the session with the outcome of 6531.71, gaining 0.23%.

Equities f General Motors, Fiat Chrysler and Ford concluded higher as the trio topped hopes for new car sales in September.

In addition to this, stocks of Tesla Inc also went up 2% after Tesla reported it delivered up to 26,150 cars during the third quarter, which is up 4.5% versus the same time in 2016.

Traders neglected comments from the car maker’s detractors who told that upside in the stock is actually restricted by Tesla’s inability to increase Model 3 production.




FTSE 100 keeps struggling for 3rd day

On Friday, British equities headed south, with bank equities keying off dips on Wall Street where concerns as for progress for tax cuts as well as other reforms ramped up, although the blue-chips market was still on course for a weekly soar…

Australian equities inch down

On Friday, Australian equities lost after the close because losses in the A-REITs, Financials as well as Utilities sectors suppressed stocks…


Bank of Canada Meeting

The Bank of Canada will publish its rate statement at 17:00 MT time on December 6…

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