Nikkei 225 revives as Asian equities are mixed

Nikkei 225 revives as Asian equities are mixed

On Thursday, Asian stocks showed mixed performance, with Tokyo coming back to life after snapping a 16-day winning marathon yesterday.

Japan's Nikkei 225 rallied 0.27%, Australia's S&P/ASX 200 slumped 0.07%.

On Thursday,  ANZ told that its full-year net revenue for the year by September 30, this year, tacked on12% reaching ID6.41 billion, which is a bit below the A$6.87 billion forecast. As a matter of fact, the bank's full-year cash revenue inched up 18% hitting A$6.94 billion. Moreover, ANZ stocks managed to underperform other banking equities, losing by 1.34%.

The Shanghai Composite gained 0.46% in China, while the Hang Seng index edged down 0.12%.

Overnight, American shares retreated from record maximums because a bout of soft corporate revenues overshadowed better-than-anticipated economic reports indicating that the American economy is still on track to demonstrate a solid quarter of surge.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average concluded higher sticking to 23,329.46. As for the S&P 500, it ended 0.47%. The Nasdaq Composite got to 6563.89, decreasing 0.52%.

 

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