Japanese indices close higher, other Asian indices slump
(Jan 30, 2015)
Asian markets ended lower on January 30.The Hang Seng Index
declined 88.80 points to close at 24,507.05 in Hong Kong, and the
Shanghai Composite Index in mainland China decreased by 51.49 points to
close at 3,210.36.
Asian markets ended lower on January 29.The Hang Seng Index
fell by 265.96 points to close at 24,595.85 in Hong Kong, and the
Shanghai Composite Index in mainland China decreased by 43.43 points to
close at 3,262.30
A market watchdog plans to direct public companies to disclose their
information in both Vietnamese and English in a move to boost the
Vietnamese securities market to the global level.
Asian markets ended higher on January 28, except the Shanghai Composite Index .
Most Asian markets ended lower on January 27.The Nikkei 225 jumped 299.78 points to reach 17,768.30, while the Topix Index added 24.30 points to close at 1,426.38 in Tokyo.
Shares on the HCM City Exchange rallied this morning, especially the
blue chips tracked by the VN30 Index that rose 0.46 per cent to close at
More than 30 companies, listed on the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, have
announced their operational results for the fourth quarter of 2014, with
most of them reporting positive results.
At closing time on January 26, Asian markets reported mixed results
The national stocks closed higher on both exchanges this morning. On the HCM City Stock Exchange, the VN-Index gained only 0.05 per cent to reach 582.66 points.
Stocks climbed more quickly towards the end of yesterday's session,
boosted by improvement in investor confidence after the European Central
Bank announced a big bond-buying programme worth up to one trillion
euros (US$1.16 trillion).
Minh Khai Textile successfully sold 1.6 million shares, or a 51.5 per
cent stake, during its initial public offering (IPO) yesterday at the
average price of VND71,990 (US$3.4).