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Asian equities go down on tailspin in US stocks
On Tuesday, Asian equities went down abruptly, which is in line with an abrupt dive in late American equity trade, which greatly affected the region and market sentiment in general.
At the break Japan's Nikkei 225 went down 6.66%, while Toyota slumped 3.47%.
The S&P/ASX 200 including the energy sub-index turned to be among the top losers in the morning in Australia, descending 4.03%. Additionally, the Reserve Bank of Australia issued its February rate review and also decided not to alter its interest rate, leaving it at a record minimum 1.50% as anticipated.
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Previously Australia informed that the trade balance accounted for A$1.358 billion – a shocking deficit, versus an A$250 m surplus observed for December. Meanwhile, retail sales went down 0.5% versus December’s 0.2% leap and also reported a 0.9% jump versus a 0.8% rally anticipated on quarter.
The Shanghai Composite lost 2.15% in greater China, while the Hang Seng index dived 4.94%. Besides this Tencent, tech giant headed south 5.4%.
The selloff on Wall Street extended overnight because Financials led the dive following steeply after equities of Wells Fargo descended more than 8%, and a dip in crude put pressure on energy.
As for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, it concluded lower showing an outcome of 24345.68. Besides this, the S&P 500 dived 4.10%, while the Nasdaq Composite hit 6967.53, descending 3.78%. Since November 28 the Dow Jones lost up to 1,600 points.
Energy turned to be one of the most impressive divers of the trading session, losing more than 3% after crude extended its descend the previous week, losing 2% and reaching $64.15.
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