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Taiwan shares add at close of trade
On Friday, Taiwan stocks headed north after the close. It’s because profits in the Optoelectronic, Paper & Pulp as well as Textile sectors brought stocks up.
The Taiwan Weighted added 0.65%, hitting a fresh all time peak.
On the Taiwan Weighted the best performers included Lead Data Inc, Ichia Technologies Inc and Davicom Semiconductor Inc. They jumped 9.97%, 9.97% and 9.87% respectively.
As for the worst performance, it was demonstrated by Jenn Feng New Energy Co Ltd, Microelectronics Technology Inc and JSL Construction & Development Co Ltd. These benchmarks went down 5.78%, 5.41% and 5.38% respectively.
Ascending shares outclassed dipping ones on the Taiwan Stock Exchange by 487 to 258, while 133 were absolutely intact.
The currency pair USD/TWD edged up 0.07%, being worth 30.128, while TWD/CNY leapt 0.18%, trading at 0.2262.
As for the US Dollar Index Futures, it managed to ascend 0.02%, getting to 97.18.
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Germany will release the flash Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for manufacturing and services industries at 10:30 GMT+2 on January 24.
Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) will release an economic sentiment index for Germany on January 18, 12:00 GMT+2
Great Britain's office for national statistics will release CPI data on January 19, 09:00 GMT+2.