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Taiwan stocks decrease at close of trade
On Friday, Taiwan stocks went down after the close. It’s because losses in the Autoand Glass sectors brought stocks down.
The Taiwan Weighted went down 0.26%.
On the Taiwan Weighted the best performers were Jye Tai Precision Industrial Co Ltd, Ta Jiang Co Ltd and Sunonwealth Electric Machine Industry Co Ltd. They gained respectively 10.00%, 9.91% and 9.90%.
As for the losers, they included such benchmarks as Lead Data Inc, Wowprime Corp and Yageo Corp. They sank 9.94%, 8.67% and 6.61% respectively.
Diving shares outclassed soaring ones on the Taiwan Stock Exchange by 527 to 253, while 99 didn’t change.
Stocks in Jye Tai Precision Industrial Co Ltd went up to all time peaks, soaring 10.00% and hitting 64.90. AS for stocks in Ta Jiang Co Ltd, they inched up to 52-week peaks, gaining 9.91% and demonstrating 8.65. Stocks in Sunonwealth Electric Machine Industry Co Ltd tacked on to all time peaks, earning 9.90%, being worth 39.95.
The currency pair USD/TWD gained 0.16%, trading at 30.151.
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