Taiwan shares inch up at close of trade
On Monday, Taiwan equities rallied after the close because revenues in the Cement, Cement & Glass as well as Glass sectors supported stocks.
The Taiwan Weighted rallied 0.33% hitting a fresh all time maximum.
On the Taiwan Weighted the top notch performers were represented by Tatung Co, Spirox Corp and SciVision Biotech Inc. They rallied respectively 9.98%, 9.92% and 9.92%.
As for the losers, they were Copartner Technology Corp, Lextar Electronics Corp and Darwin Precisions Corp. They lost respectively 9.07%, 8.75% and 8.68%.
Diving equities outclassed soaring ones on the Taiwan Stock Exchange by 454 to 355, while 79 were intact.
Equities in Tatung Co rallied to 5-year maximums, adding 9.98% to 22.60. as for stocks in Spirox Corp, they managed to grow to 5-year maximums, gaining 9.92% being worth 27.15.
The currency pair USD/TWD edged up 0.07% reaching 29.505, while TWD/CNY was intact sticking to 0.2200.
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